Pamela Anderson on her relationship with Julian Assange
Actress turned activist Pamela Anderson joins are outlawed and talks about her relationship with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
Former Playboy centerfold and “Baywatch” star Pamela Anderson talked about her “romantic” relationship with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
“He is definitely an interesting person, and there is definitely a romantic kind of connection,” because it is a romantic struggle,” she told Harvey Levin on “Objectified”, that aired Sunday night on Fox News.
She added: “We have this closeness … he is not close to the people, as he is to me.”
Call him imperfect, and one of her favorite people, she remarked: “I have a real personal relationship with him.”
Anderson said she originally met him to figure out “how I it would be more effective as an activist.”
Together they said that they plan to make the world a better place. “We want to help with the creation of career activists,” Anderson told Fox News. “We are going to choose ten activists in a year to ten years and pay salaries, regardless of where they are in the world. It will be very diverse, too. It will not only, you know, more digital.”
Anderson has made several visits to Assange at the Ecuadorian embassy in London, where the Australian remained in legal limbo since 2012, as Fox News previously reported.
The record of their first meeting, she told Fox News: “I brought him some vegan food, and now it is a tradition that I give him vegan food every time I see him, and I see him very much.”
She said that together they have deep conversations about all aspects of life: they talk about everything from the Bible, and the rights of animals, “and the last time he also began to talk about jealousy.”
Former Playboy centerfold and “Baywatch” star Pamela Anderson wants to save the world with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. (ZUMAPress)
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In March, after Ecuador announced it had withdrawn Assange the visitor privileges and access to the Internet, Anderson told the New York Post she was “deeply concerned about his health and well-being” and said that he was in “a slow, painful death [in] the hands of the U.S. [and] the united kingdom”
The AMERICAN intelligence agencies have concluded that WikiLeaks co-ordinated with the Russian intelligence release of hacked e-mails from the Democratic National Committee, 2016 during the election campaign. In April 2017, Attorney General Jeff Sessions told reporters that the arrest of Assange a “priority” for the Ministry of Justice.
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