Pamela Anderson's ex Adil Rami fights abuse claims after being called 'monster': 'She never filed a complaint'
Pamela Anderson's ex-boyfriend French footballer Adil Rami has again denied being violent to the 'Baywatch' actress who has branded him a "monster" who was living a "double life".
While speaking to French newspaper Le Figaro on the launch of his new book Autopsy, the former Marseille and Sevilla centre-back claimed that he was in possession of "videos and photos" that can "prove" he wasn't abusive to Anderson. "I know what you wanted to do by accusing me of that. When someone speaks first on social media, they feel like they are telling the absolute truth," he said. "She wanted to crush me. She never filed a complaint because none of that ever happened. I have videos and photos that can disprove what she said. It's over and I no longer want to be related to her."
Rami, 34, who now plays for Portuguese side Boavista and was part of France's 2018 World Cup winning squad, defended himself after Anderson dragged his name through the mud in June in a disturbing post on her Instagram. The 53-year-old said throughout the relationship he was controlling and that Rami had "hurt" and "threatened" her many times. She also apparently hired a bodyguard because he "scares" her. The animal rights activist said that she was "scammed" by the footballer and that he had alegedly cheated with his ex Sidonie Biémont. The actress also shared a video of her hand in bandages after Rami allegedly "crushed them".
The pair previously had a tumultuous relationship and reportedly split in September 2018 after she rejected his marriage proposal. However, they reconciled and began dating again in March 2019, before splitting in June of the same year. “The last (more than 2 years) of my life have been a big lie," she wrote at the time, sharing a black and white photo of the couple. “I was scammed…led to believe we were in a big love, I’m devastated to find out in the last few days, that 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. But this is worse. He lied to all. How is it possible to control two women’s hearts and minds like this. I’m sure there were others. He is the monster."
She also included a reference to the National Domestic Violence Hotline in her post. “How could I have helped so many people @ndvhofficial and not been wise enough or able to help myself," she wrote. In a series of explosive posts on Instagram, she branded him a “monster”, “sociopath” and a “narcissist” and said that she was planning to move away from him because she feared for her safety.
"I will leave France now. He has tried all. He has sent flowers, letters - I did not accept," she said. “He showed up to my hotel. Security took him away. I have a bodyguard because he scares me. He has hurt me and threatened me many times. I don’t think I’ll recover easily from this. I am not a stupid girl. I felt many times his lies, his excuses. But we were together every day - unless I went away to work. This was always hard because he did not trust me? He was very insecure? He wanted me next to him always or vidéo every location I was? with who? I learned to accept this as normal. And even found myself asking him the same ridiculous questions?”