Pamela Anderson will ‘tell the real story’ of stolen sex tape in new documentary
Baywatch the bomb Pamela Anderson will be able to tell her own story in her own way with a new Netflix documentary.
The former playmate turned Playboy actress – currently the subject of an eight-part Hulu series based on the sex tape scandal with her ex-husband, Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee – recently broke the news about the social networks.
“My life/A thousand imperfections/A million misconceptions/Wicked, wild and lost/Nothing up to par/I can only surprise you/Not a victim, but a survivor/And alive to tell the true story “, she read note on the letterhead of Netflix.
Her son, Brandon Thomas Lee, who is a producer on the project, reposted the note on his Instagram Story underlining the phrase “The real story”.
The Ryan White-directed film has reportedly been in the works for several years and will include archival footage, his personal diaries and exclusive access to the pop culture icon.
White’s previous documentary credits include Ask Dr. Ruth, Serena and awarded at the Sundance Film Festival The case against 8.
Pam and Tommy is a fictionalized account that provides the backdrop to one of the couple’s most infamous episodes: their stolen sex tape.
The stolen footage was leaked online, prompting the couple to sue the distributor, Internet Entertainment Group – who legitimately sold it in 1998, and grossed US$77 million in less than a year.
Lead by Me Tonya director Craig Gillespie, the series traces the couple’s whirlwind romance, their quick wedding in 1995 and their rocky marriage, which ended in 1998, amid reports of physical abuse.
Neither Lee nor Anderson participated in the making of Pam and Tommy. -New York Daily News/Tribune News Service