Pamela Anderson reveals how her Playboy career and sex tape impacted her sons


‘I didn’t think about how embarrassing it would be’: Pamela Anderson reveals how her Playboy career impacted her sons and they were left in tears after being teased about her sex tape

Pamela Anderson has revealed how her glamour model career impacted her sons Brandon and Dylan. 

Speaking in her new Netflix documentary, Pamela: A Love Story, the 55-year-old TV personality confessed that she wasn’t thinking about having children when she posed for Playboy.

After welcoming her sons she’d hoped that she would be able to speak to them about it before they found out on their own. 

Unfortunately, her children were told about her career before she got a chance to tell them and also revealed they were taunted at school after her sex tape with their father and her ex-husband Tommy Lee was stolen

Pamela explained: ‘I wasn’t thinking when I was in Playboy that I was going to have kids soon and they were gonna grow up and it was gonna be embarrassing for them.’

Looking back: Pamela Anderson has revealed how her glamour model career and stolen sex tape impacted her sons Brandon and Dylan (pictured in 1995 shortly before the tape's release)

Looking back: Pamela Anderson has revealed how her glamour model career and stolen sex tape impacted her sons Brandon and Dylan (pictured in 1995 shortly before the tape’s release)

She went on: ‘But I always thought I’d tell them, age-appropriate – but I never got the chance – they always found out before I could really talk to them about it… But a tape of your parents having sex is another level.’ 

Brandon, now 26, confessed: ‘When I was a kid I thought everyone knew things about me and my family that they never should’ve known. Everyone had this dirty little secret about my family. 

‘I just remember in school if anyone ever brought up my mum I was very quick to fight. I would flush with anger.’ 

An emotional Pamela recalled: ‘I remember one day after school Dylan came to me in tears and he was like, “mum why did you do that tape?” I was like “oh gosh really, we didn’t make a sex tape.”‘

Dylan, 25, then revealed it would have ‘been a different story if she did cash in on the tape’, explaining: ‘She 100 percent cared about her family being ok and me being ok. She didn’t care about the money.’

Brandon went on to add that he ‘wished’ she’d made money from the tape, noting: ‘She’d have made millions of dollars  instead she sat back with nothing and watched her career fizzle.’ 

Pamela has consistently stated that she and her ex never saw any money from the widely circulated sex tape

The tape was stolen in 1995 by Rand Gauthier, an electrician who had done work on the couple’s house. After Tommy refused to pay him for the work he had done, he stole a massive safe from their garage.

It was only after he had a chance to go through the contents that he learned that the footage from the sex tape had been locked away in the safe.

Family: Pamela's kids were told about career before she got a chance to tell them and also revealed they were taunted at school after her sex tape with ex-husband Tommy Lee was stolen (Brandon and Tommy pictured with dad Tommy Lee)

Family: Pamela’s kids were told about career before she got a chance to tell them and also revealed they were taunted at school after her sex tape with ex-husband Tommy Lee was stolen (Brandon and Tommy pictured with dad Tommy Lee) 

The tape was later obtained by Seth Warshavsky, who initially streamed the video online, before trying to set up a distribution agreement with Pamela and Tommy.

The couple eventually signed the agreement to cut down on their stresses over lawsuits, but the agreement — which Pam reportedly thought would confine distribution to online — ended up being much broader than she believed.

With the agreement signed, Warshavsky then licensed the video out to a video company to print physical copies for sale in adult stores.

Sales of the tape reportedly generated hundreds of millions in dollars, but none of that money was making its way back to Pam and Tommy.

According to Entertainment Weekly, the couple then filed a copyright suit for the physical distribution. As they had made the tape together — and not just starred in it — they were considered the copyright holders.

The couple were eventually awarded $740,000 each in a judgement against Warshavsky, but he reportedly never paid either of them.

Pamela explained: 'I wasn't thinking when I was in Playboy that I was going to have kids soon and they were gonna grow up and it was gonna be embarrassing for them'

Pamela explained: ‘I wasn’t thinking when I was in Playboy that I was going to have kids soon and they were gonna grow up and it was gonna be embarrassing for them’



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