'Gives me nightmares': Pamela Anderson reveals why she'll never watch 'Pam & Tommy' in Netflix docu

'Gives me nightmares': Pamela Anderson reveals why she'll never watch 'Pam & Tommy' in Netflix docu
Pamela Anderson attending an event and a still from 'Pam & Tommy' (Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images/Hulu)

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Hulu took the world by storm when it announced that it will be coming out with a series based on the infamous sex tape of Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee that was made public in 1997. The series, titled 'Pam & Tommy', did a wonderful job in shedding a light on how Anderson was blamed for everything while Tommy managed to enjoy a life without being blamed for anything. Anderson had already made it clear that she never really wanted to be associated with the series and is now finally opening up on her decision in a new Netflix documentary, 'Pamela, a Love Story'.

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The 'Baywatch' star who is known as "one of the world's most famous blonde bombshells" never really got her due in the entertainment industry and even when she wanted to show her acting prowess, the producers only wanted to focus on her physical appearance and it doesn't come as a shock that it took a toll on her. 'Pam & Tommy' addressed that aspect of Anderson's life as well but it wad mainly focused on the sex tape and believe it it or not, it still gives 'nightmares' to the star.

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In a particular part of the upcoming documemtary (via Entertainment Tonight), the 55-year-old superstar can be seen talking about the Hulu seried and how she never wanted to do anything with it. The star noted that her sons, Dylan and Brandon, told her that the aforementioned streaming platform is coming out with a show based on their parents' sex tape. It was a devastating moment for her because she believed that people will judge her again like they did way back in the 90s.

"It really gives me nightmares. I have no desire to watch it. I never watched the tape, I'm never going to watch this," Anderson says during the documentary.

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Sebastian Stan as Tommy Lee and Lily James as Pamela Anderson in 'Pam & Tommy' (Hulu)
Sebastian Stan as Tommy Lee and Lily James as Pamela Anderson in 'Pam & Tommy' (Hulu)

The Hulu series does not only talks about the "tape" they made, it also talks about how a construction worker stole the tape from the couple's garage and decided to break the internet by making it public. The eight-part series sees Lily James playing the role of Pamela Anderson and Sebastian Stan as Tommy Lee. On the other hand, Seth Rogen played the role of the construction worker who stole the tape from the couple's garage.

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In an interview given to Entertainment Weekly, a source closer to Pamela Anderson noted that she will never see the series and won't even watch the trailer.

The upcoming Netflix documentary sees Pamela Anderson talking about her life candidly and shedding a light on the congroversial moments of her career as well.

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'Pamela, A Love Story' will be available for streaming on Netflix on January 31.

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