It was in March of 1998 that the first stills from the infamous Pamela Anderson and Bret Michaels tape, capturing the two former lovers in a most nasty situation, appeared in Penthouse magazine. The Pamela Anderson and Bret Michaels tape was actually made before the famous sex tape starring the blonde starlet and Tommy Lee, which had scandalized the media and the American public a few years earlier. It seems that Pamela Anderson has had a penchant for recording her amorous liaisons for quite some time.
The couple was together for less than a year, but still managed to spawn quite a legacy: the notorious Pamela Anderson and Bret Michaels tape. While Anderson would go on to date other famous rock stars, Michaels was lucky enough to be the first in line. As he summed it up in a recent interview, “Kid and Tommy and myself… but I was first!”
Once the news about the Pamela Anderson and Bret Michaels tape broke, a sixty-second clip was leaked onto the Internet. Michaels was eventually able, through his legal team, to temporarily block the release of the tape. Even then, you could still find four-minute snippets of the Pamela Anderson and Bret Michaels tape online.
Today, stills from the Pamela Anderson and Bret Michaels tape online show the couple engaging in oral sex and vaginal intercourse. Of course, the sex tape that Anderson made with her later boyfriend, Tommy Lee of the band Motley Crue, is much more widely circulated and well-known. Still, for collectors of celebrity items — particularly those items that show celebrities at their worst moments — the Anderson/Michaels sex tape is a sought-after classic.
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