Pamela Anderson takes on false allegations of abuse
Pamela Anderson is taking on Julian Assange in his verkrachtingszaak. The former Baywatch star wants hardmaken for the leader of WikiLeaks and other men who are wrongfully accused of sexual abuse.
“I’m going to campaign for men who have become a victim of a false accusation for rape while in reality they have nothing done wrong,” says Anderson against the Russian RT. She calls the case of Assange as an example.
The leader of WikiLeaks is in Sweden suspected of sexual assault and rape and lies since August 2012 in the embassy of Ecuador in London after the South American country him asylum granted. Assange has the charge always deny and said that he voluntary sex with the women in question had.
Anderson visited Assange in the last three months no less than four times in the London embassy and the British tabloids are speculating about a romance between the two. But Anderson says to make friends with the WikiLeaks founder, and for him to want to bet.
“Obviously, we think first of women and children as sexual abuse goes, that is important, but there are also many men in vulnerable situations, and are used as a political plaything,” said Anderson.