Pamela Anderson stated former “House Growth” co-star Tim Allen had “no unhealthy intentions” when he allegedly flashed her on their first day of filming in 1991 as she claimed in her memoir, “Love, Pamela.”
“Tim is a comedian, it’s his job to go the road,” Anderson instructed a Selection reporter by way of textual content concerning the allegation after an interview with the hole printed Thursday. “I’m positive he had no unhealthy intentions.”
The 55-year-old actress admitted that “[t]imes have modified, despite the fact that. I doubt any person would take a look at that submit #MeToo. It’s a brand new international.”
In her book, Anderson wrote that she had stepped out of her dressing room the place the sitcom used to be shot and located Allen within the hallway.
TIM ALLEN SLAMS PAMELA ANDERSON’S CLAIM HE EXPOSED HIMSELF TO HER ON ‘HOME IMPROVEMENT’ SET WHEN SHE WAS 23
“He opened his gown and flashed me briefly — totally bare beneath,” Anderson alleged in an excerpt of her memoir, consistent with Selection. “He stated it used to be handiest truthful, as a result of he had noticed me bare. Now we’re even. I laughed uncomfortably.”
A consultant for the “Toy Story” actor in the past relayed his denial of the accusation.
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“No, it by no means came about,” Allen stated. “I might by no means do the sort of factor.”
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Anderson used to be 23 on the time and performed Lisa the Software Lady all over the primary two seasons of “House Growth.” Anderson left “House Growth” to big name as C.J. Parker in “Baywatch” in 1992.