Pamela Anderson says stolen sex tape 'ruined' relationship with ex Tommy Lee: 'Our hell began'
Former "Baywatch" star Pamela Anderson revealed her tumultuous relationship with rock star Tommy Lee in her all-encompassing memoir, "Love, Pamela." The 55-year-old also admitted that her relationship with Lee may have been the only time she was ever "truly in love."foxnews.com
Pamela Anderson on surviving abuse, paparazzi, and the infamous sex tape
In a new memoir, "Love, Pamela," and Netflix documentary, the "Baywatch" icon reveals details about traumas she suffered as a child and a life lived in the harsh spotlight of the tabloids, and what she gained returning to her Pacific Northwest hometown.cbsnews.com
Fans Are Threatening To Boycott A TV Show Centering On Pamela Anderson’s Stolen Sex Tape After Reports Claimed She Feels “Violated” By The Unauthorized Retelling Of Her Trauma
“The absolute weirdness in making a series about the nonconsensual distribution of a sex tape without the subject's consent.”View Entire Post ›news.yahoo.com
Murder-suicide leads to history-making heart transplant, new life for DC woman
The part of the story that belonged to a young woman named Eva Baisey, a very sick 20-year-old nursing student fighting for her life in Fairfax hospital. Dr. Ed Lefrak [with a model of a heart]: The back wall of Eva's heart was left in place. Eva Baisey | Heart transplant recipient: I just woke up. Eva Baisey – who had a life expectancy of one to five years, is now one of the longest living heart transplant recipients in medical history. Eva Baisey: It's OK to let a loved one's organs be donated to help someone else's loved ones.cbsnews.com
New this week: David Byrne, 'The Amazing Race' & Tommy Lee
Here’s a collection curated by The Associated Press’ entertainment journalists of what’s arriving on TV, streaming services and music platforms this week. — Gretchen Sorin and Ric Burns' “Driving While Black: Race, Space and Mobility in America” was, unfortunately, always going to be of the moment. — Rocker Tommy Lee is in a collaborative state of mind on his new album, “Andro,” out Friday. Sundance Now’s true crime drama “Des” stars David Tennant (“Doctor Who”) as Dennis Nilsen, a serial killer who targeted young men, including the homeless. The three-part “Des,” debuting Thursday on the streaming service, was a recent U.K. TV hit and drew raves for Tennant’s performance.