Pamela Anderson blames Harvey Weinstein's victims for alleged sex assault

Pamela Anderson blames Harvey Weinstein's victims for alleged sex assault

When asked to talk about her previous interactions with Weinstein, Anderson said the mogul came off as "very intimidating" while working together in the past.

As previously reported, more than 80 women - including actresses Ashley Judd, Gwyneth Paltrow, Rose McGowan, and Angelina Jolie - came forward with allegations of sexual assault against Harvey, 65, after the New York Times published a bombshell exposé in October.

Recalling her early days in Hollywood, she said she "had a lot of offers to do private auditions and things that made absolutely no sense", explaining those experiences made her more cautious.

"If someone answers the door in a bathrobe, you know, leave", Anderson said.

The producer, via his lawyers, has denied allegations of non-consensual sex.

The actress, who has been open about her past as a survivor of child sexual abuse, insisted she simply relied on her "common sense" to avoid compromising situations.

Pamela Anderson has shockingly claimed that women should have had the "common sense" not to enter hotel rooms with Harvey Weinstein.

"Don't go into a hotel room alone", she said.

U.S. actress and model Pamela Anderson said that the victims should have "known what they were getting into" when they agreed to meet with certain men in hotel rooms.

After facing backlash online, the Baywatch alum took to Instagram to let fans know that she still stands behind her controversial comments. It was common knowledge. And I just didn't want to do it that way. "I just naively said, 'Well there must be a number two then, so I'm not interested, '" she said. What's the problem?' And I said, 'No. I barely remember it.

Declaring the representatives should "go with them", Anderson added, "I just think there's easy ways to remedy that and that's not a good excuse". And, as a PETA activist and an animal activist, I don't work with animals in film because they're treated horribly. He called me back and shouted, 'You're Pamela Anderson; you're lucky I'm even putting you in a f###ing film. If you don't do this, you're never working in this town again.

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. I've never been talked to that way by anybody.

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