Pamela Anderson: Playboy saved my life
Pamela Anderson reveals that the magazine ‘Playboy’ has saved her life. In an interview with Us Weekly, the actress and model said that Hugh Hefner’s magazine has saved life in the true sense of the word.
“I was very shy as a kid. He abused me with ‘nanny’ when I was 4 years old and the first reports with the men were not consensual. But Playboy strengthened me and saved my life, “says Pamela Anderson among others.
Successful career as a bunny for Pamela Anderson started in 1989 when she came to the cover of the famous magazine, and later was also rated as the ‘Playmate’ of the month. “I felt like a trap and I needed to get rid of it. Photos for Playboy were a relief to me, because I met many artists and polite people. ”
Pamela Anderson has spoken for the first time about her experiences in 2014 when she showed abuses by ‘nanny’kur was 4 years old. While aged 12, he was raped by a 25-year-old. Later on she was raped in the group by her fiancé and six other males.