Pamela Anderson posts cryptic tweet on her 12-day marriage to Jon Peters, says she's not an easy wife
'As long as we recognize insanity we are sane. It is better to be betrayed than not to trust, better to be disappointed than not to love'
Pamela Anderson looks like she really wants to retaliate and respond to her ex-husband Jon Peters' claims that he paid off around $200,000 of her debt during their 12-day marriage.
Anderson took to Twitter to share, "I’m not an easy wife. As long as we recognize insanity we are sane. It is better to be betrayed than not to trust, better to be disappointed than not to love." It was just last week that Page Six had reported that Anderson and Peters had ended their quickie marriage.
Very recently, Anderson had also taken to Instagram to write on her story, "We are all getting our share in this crazy world. As long as we are wrestling we are alive. As long as we recognize insanity we are sane. It is better to be betrayed than not to trust, better to be disappointed than not to love. Don’t ever run from pain, just face it allow it to be and it will pass. And we will have grown to the next level."
It was reported that their marriage fell apart as Peters had started to meddle in her career and finances as soon as they had got married. At the time, a source shared that he'd even "cast her in a movie he was working on — [something] she didn’t want."
Peters, however, has a very different story and point of view. He has disputed all reports that he had proposed to her and says she texted him with the proposal.
"Needless to say that when she texted me that she wanted to get married, it was kind of a dream come true even though I was engaged to someone else and the lady was moving in. I dropped everything for Pam. She had almost $200,000 in bills and no way to pay it, so I paid it and this is the thanks I get. There’s no fool like an old fool," he said.