Pam sensationally slams ‘monster’ boyfriend
Pamela Anderson's romance with French footballer Adil Rami appears to be over for good as she accused him of being "a monster".
The Sun reports that in a disturbing post on her Instagram account, the 51-year-old former Baywatch beauty said the 33-year-old World Cup winner had been leading a "double life".
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It’s hard to accept 💔 The last (more than) 2.years of my life have been a big lie. I was scammed, 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. 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 2 women’s hearts and minds like this - I’m sure there were others. He is the monster. How could I have helped so many people @ndvhofficial and not be wise enough or able to help myself.
Underneath a glamorous black-and-white photo of the couple in happier times, she wrote: "The last (more than 2 years) of my life have been a big lie.
"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."
Anderson included a reference to the National Domestic Violence Hotline in her post, writing: "How could I have helped so many people @ndvhofficial and not been wise enough or able to help myself."
However, Rami has hit back, denying he has been living a double life.
"In no way do I lead a double life, I am simply attached to preserve a lasting relationship with my children and their mother Sidonie for whom I have a deep respect," he wrote.
"That's right I should have been more transparent with this ambiguous relationship. I suppose."
"I remain and will remain faithful to my values and beliefs which are mine and continue to be committed to @solidaritefemmes, (a domestic violence charity), which is always so strong.
'"amela is a whole person, whom I deeply respect, she has conviction and is sincere - my love for her has always been sincere. That's what I want to remember," he wrote.
Anderson and Rami have had a tumultuous relationship having previously split last September after she turned down his marriage proposal.
But the pair rekindled their romance in March of this year, reportedly against the advice of her friends, who were concerned by Rami's antics.
The actress lived in the South of France with Rami, who plays his club football at Marseilles, and the couple recently returned from a trip to Hollywood for the opening of the Pamela Anderson by David Yarrow exhibition at the Maddox Gallery.
She also made a cameo appearance in her son Brandon Thomas Lee's reality series, MTV's The Hills: New Beginnings.
Anderson has been a vocal supporter of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange in recent months as he strives to get out of prison and fight accusations of sexual violence.
Anderson has had a turbulent love life. The former Baywatch star was married to rocker Tommy Lee, with whom she has two sons, as well as Rick Solomon (twice) and Kid Rock. The 51-year-old has also had high-profile relationships with David Charvet, Kelly Slater and Swedish model Marcus Schenkenberg.
In an interview with the Los Angeles times this week, Anderson touched on the MeToo movement, which has seen women reporting such aggression by powerful men.
The former pin-up told the paper: "There's good things about it, but as I always say, 'Action is stronger than a hashtag.' Feminism, for 50 years, gave us a voice.
"We're allowed to be able to talk about the abuse in our lives and we have to take action in the moment. We also have to be careful about destroying lives, like Julian, for instance. I have two boys, so I'm always worried about paralysing them too.
"We still want them to be men, to be chivalrous. We don't want to be too crazy. This third-wave feminism, I'm not really a fan of that, but I am a feminist.
"I believe in all the good things that feminism has. But I am going to write a fourth book called Saving Feminism From Feminists. I'm working on it.'
There was no immediate comment from Anderson or Rami following the Instagram post.
This article originally appeared in The Sun and is republished here with permission