Pamela Anderson opens up about the ‘infamous sextape scandal’ in a Netflix documentary.

Pamela Anderson fans get a chance to meet the actress in her own words with the release of a new documentary.

the previous Baywatch Star will be the focus Pamela, a love storydirected by Ryan White and scheduled to premiere on Netflix in the new year.

Using footage from the actress’ personal archives, the film offers Anderson an opportunity to tell stories about her life in front of and behind the camera.

The official description of the project reads, “In her own words, Pamela Anderson tells the story of her rise to fame, rocking romances and infamous sextape scandal through personal videos and diaries.”

In 1996, the sex tape was stolen from Anderson and her former husband Tommy Lee and sold over the internet.

The hurtful event was the first instance of an online celebrity sex band scandal and was depicted in the 2022 series Pam & Tommywith Lily James and Sebastian Stan as the central couple.

Anderson was not involved in the production of the series. Reportedly, the series that brought the sextape situation back to light was like “reopening a wound” for Anderson.

Pamela Anderson and her young son

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Another description of the Netflix documentary adds, “An intimate and humanizing portrait of one of the world’s most famous blonde bombshells, Pamela, a love story follows the journey of Pamela Anderson’s life and career from small town girl to international sex symbol, actress, activist and doting mother.”

Anderson has two sons with Lee: Brandon, 26, and 24-year-old Dylan.

The first look images include photos from the ’90s showing the actress around the time she was performing Baywatchand one of hers is holding one of her sons as an infant.

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A recent photo shows Anderson dancing in a studio.

Pamela, a love story will be available to stream on Netflix starting Tuesday, January 31, 2023.

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JOE HERNANDEZ

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