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Pam Anderson Getting Countersued By Ex-BF For $22 Million!!!

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Back in February, Pamela Anderson sued her ex-boyfriend/real estate tycoon Laurence Hallier for $1 million after reportedly failing to comply with his part of the deal in the construction of a condo back in 2006.

Now, Pam's ex-bf is countersuing her, because HE claims that she was supposed to promote sales of his Vegas condominiums through personal appearances in return for the free condo that Pam believes she's owed…but she flaked out.

According to Hallier, Pam's failure to attend personal appearances resulted in losses of $22.5 million for his company, and that's exactly how much money he's suing her for!

Guess we'll see which lawsuit beats out the other one. THERE CAN BE ONLY ONE!


Who do U side with? Team Pam or Team Ex-Bf?

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3 comments to “Pam Anderson Getting Countersued By Ex-BF For $22 Million!!!”

  1. 1

    She should be sued for being a nasty ugly kunt whose had hundreds of dicks shoved in her. She is disgusting.

  2. 2

    Lady Gaga has been sued over sales of her wristbands for Japan's earthquake relief efforts in a class action that claims that not all the proceeds went to victims as she had promised.
    Michigan legal network 1800LAWFIRM also alleges that Gaga and other companies involved in the sale and marketing of the $5 white and red "We Pray for Japan" wristbands overcharged buyers on shipping costs and "artificially inflated reports of total donations".
    The official website for the singer's store has several comments from frustrated fans complaining about long delivery times and shipping and handling costs of more than $5 for the small rubber wristbands.
    The lawsuit claims that a slew of federal racketeering and consumer protection laws were broken by what it calls deceptive advertising and profits from the sale of the bracelets

  3. @v@ says – reply to this


    Legal games. Do you think it took them long enough to come up with this? 2006?