Pamela Anderson accuses former boyfriend Adil Rami of cheating and says she fears for her safety
Pamela Anderson took to social media to share a lengthy post where she accused her former boyfriend Adil Rami of cheating on her during their two-year relationship
Pamela Anderson has publicly accused her former boyfriend Adil Rami of cheating on her during their two-year relationship. She also said that she fears for her own safety in a long and emotional Instagram post which she shared on Tuesday, June 25, morning.
The 51-year-old Anderson called 33-year-old Rami a "monster" and a "narcissist" in the social media post which was shared alongside a black and white picture of the ex-couple smiling together. Anderson who is a supporter of the National Domestic Violence Hotline wrote in the post, "It's hard to accept the last (more than) 2 years of my life have been a big lie. Led to believe we were in big love? I'm devastated to find out in the last few days that he was living a double life."
Anderson had tagged the organization's Instagram handle before stating that Rami "should not be the face of protecting women from domestic violence, or protecting women at all. How could I have helped so many people and not be wise enough or able to help myself. I feel used. Betrayed and hurt. But I should have known better. The jealousy. The physical and emotional torture. It was all a mirror of his own actions." She added that her ex-boyfriend, who she dumped after two years, did not trust her and would frequently ask her who she was with.
"He was living a double life. He used to joke about other players who had girlfriends down the street in apartments close to their wives. He called those men monsters?" she wrote. Ever since learning about the alleged affair, Anderson claims that Rami has attempted to contact her many times and even showed up at her hotel. She wrote that she turned him away and resorted to hiring a bodyguard "because he scares me". The couple dated for around two years and have been on and off since 2017.
"Narcissists don’t change. Sociopaths don’t change. I will run for my life — I have always fought for truth and justice. This is my worst nightmare — I was not a very jealous person before I met him. I'm happy to know the truth. But it hurts like hell...I don't think I'll recover easily from this," Anderson shared.