Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you've heard about Pamela Anderson’s sex tape (there were actually two sex tapes starring the former Playmate). Anderson is an actress, model, producer, author, activist, former showgirl and, of course, sex tape star. She is also known for TV roles on "Home Improvement," "Baywatch" and "V.I.P." Her personal life has also been a claim to fame in itself.
In 1998, Internet Entertainment Group released a sex tape of Anderson and then husband, Tommy Lee, the drummer of Motley Crue. The video was reportedly stolen from the couple’s home 1997. The video was titled "Stolen Honeymoon" and was documentation of the couple’s honeymoon. The sex tape became widely available and popular over the internet within a few days. While many parties close to the couple claim it was a publicity stunt, Anderson and Lee to this day still stick with their story of theft. The couple sued the distribution company that markets the video and settled out of court for $1.5 million. Later the couple re-released the video on their own terms; the video still remains popular today.
Anderson reportedly co-stars in another sex tape but this time with ex Bret Michaels from Poison. This sex tape was made before her marriage with Lee but was released afterward. A 60-second version appeared on the internet but Michaels kept the full version from being released.
Anderson has used the sex tapes as a running joke throughout her career. In the 2006, the sex tape played a large part of her cameo in the movie "Borat." Soon after the movie, Anderson gave many interviews expressing how and why she was going to explain the sex tape to her sons, Brandon and Dylan.
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