Pamela Anderson Fears For WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange’s Life In New THR Feature: ‘He’s Cut Off From Everybody’

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Who would have ever thought Pamela Anderson‘s name would constantly get mixed up with Donald Trump, Julian Assange, and even Vladimir Putin.

A regular International Woman of Mystery!

In a new feature with The Hollywood Reporter, the 50-year-old actress talked about meeting the WikiLeaks founder “years ago” through designer Vivienne Westwood.

Related: Piers Morgan Makes Things Awkward AF

Assange has been seeking political asylum at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London as he avoids facing extradition to Sweden over a rape allegation and espionage charges in the United States.

Still, Pamela thinks he’s misunderstood. She should know… as she claims they talk about everything:

“We talk about everything. We talk about the Bible, we talk about what’s happening with my kids, what’s happening with his family. It’s not just about politics, even though I do take a lot of notes and it’s so overwhelming, the information he gives me.”

Unfortunately for Miz Anderson, it’s been a month since they’ve spoken since he supposedly doesn’t have access to Internet. As a result, she believes he’s in “grave danger.”

The model explained:

“He’s cut off from everybody. The air and light quality [at the Ecuadorean Embassy in London] is terrible because he can’t keep his windows open and he can’t get any sunlight. Even prisoners can go outside, but he can’t.”

She went on:

“I’m always bringing him vegan food, but he eats very simply. I talked to him on the phone the day [his Internet] was shut off. He sent me an urgent call. And now, nothing.”

When asked about Assange’s involvement in leaking DNC emails, Pamela insisted:

“He’s been wrongly accused of so many things. But this is a way of keeping him down and keeping him ineffective. He’s just ruffling the feathers of people that are powerful. I always try to humanize him because people think he’s a robot or he’s a computer screen or he’s not this human being.”

Concluding:

“He’s so misunderstood, especially in Hollywood, and really hated, because of the Clinton monopoly on the media.”

Huh. A thought.

And when talking about her two sons, Dylan and Brandon, and their own family dramas:

“I stay out of it. The kids are adults, and they make all their own decisions. I look at the differences in their personalities and their fearlessness and their ambition and their clarity, and I’m just so proud of both of them.”

She also shared another controversial statement about the #MeToo movement:

“You need to have that Spidey sense or whatever it is that this is not right. When someone answers the door in a bathrobe, don’t go in that room. Or if you go in the room, get that role. (Laughs.) Sorry, now I’m really in trouble. I remember Revlon and Guess Jeans both offered me huge campaigns, and I didn’t feel right about going into a room and sitting on a bed. I just had this sense that this was not going to go well.”

The closest she ever got to an uncomfortable situation was when she attended a casting call for the 1992 Steven Seagal movie Under Siege:

“I remember him saying to me, ‘If you don’t do it, then that girl across the hall will do it, and she’ll get the job.’ And I said, ‘Well, good, goodbye.'”

To read the full feature, CLICK HERE!

[Image via Sean Thorton/WENN.]

May 2, 2018 4:49pm PST

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