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Published: Sun, December 03, 2017
Culture | By Antonia Gonzales

Pamela Anderson I'm Not a Victim Blamer And I WON'T Apologize!!!

Pamela Anderson I'm Not a Victim Blamer And I WON'T Apologize!!!

Actress Pamela Anderson stood by the comments she made on "Megyn Kelly Today," which were interpreted as victim blaming.

"As a victim (of sexual abuse) herself, the last thing she'd do is blame the victim", Gurrola tells WENN. You're never going to work in this f###ing industry again, you son of a f###ing bitch.' He's so intense. "I'm endeavoring to tell ladies as a survivor of youth mishandle myself - It is imperative to be proactive as a grown-up who knows better - in shielding themselves".

Her remarks prompted some viewers to post critical comments online, but her publicist Ann Gurrola insists Anderson's quotes should not be taken out of context, because she was only warning other women about what not to do.

Anderson added, "I$3 will not get coerced into apology". Pam calls Weinstein "a sexist pig and a bully".

Pamela Anderson recently shared her thoughts about Harvey Weinstein's scandal, as well as the people who accused him of it. When she was asked what type of self-protection she is talking about, she replied, "There are a lot of self-protection courses". Anderson said she was doing a movie with Weinstein where she said "I can't do the film if there's going to be a dog in the film" which was met with a negative response from Weinstein.

At the same time, the actress blamed Weinstein's alleged victims for their lack of "common sense".

While she never encountered any sexual confrontation from Weinstein, she did give an anecdote of how he once bullied her over the phone as they worked on the 2008 film Superhero in which she played The Invisible Girl. "But Hollywood is very seductive".

Anderson also revealed sexual abuse she said she experienced as a child and recalled some of her own personal experiences upon entering Hollywood as a young actress, which she said actresses could oftentimes avoid by exercising common sense.

'I think it was common knowledge. If someone answers the door in a bathrobe, you know, leave.' Things that are common sense.

'Never in my life have I been talked to like that, and I've had some bad boyfriends, ' she said.

She added, "Don't go into a hotel room alone". That certain people or certain producers in Hollywood are people to avoid privately, ' she confessed. "You know what you're getting in to if you go to a hotel room, alone". I just don't agree with it all. I have confidence in adoration and duty and good judgment. Also, I remain by what I say. Ladies are effective and brilliant and we can utilize every one of our charms in more positive ways. "Just use common sense".

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