Canadian Federal Police says hope to look into Actress Pamela Anderson Recent claim of childhood rape, and get to her for details.
Pamela Anderson so-called at a press conference in Cannes, France last Friday that she had been sexually abused while growing up on Vancouver Island in westernmost Canada from the age of six until her teens at the hands of a babysitter, a boyfriend and others.
Pamela Anderson “I did not have an easy childhood,” Anderson says at the launch of the Pamela Anderson Foundation for the benefit of animals and the environment, explaining her mistrust of people and search for soalce in the company of animals.
she saying “Despite loving parents, I was molested from age six to 10 by my female babysitter. I went to a friend’s boyfriend’s house, and while she was busy, the boyfriend’s older brother decided he would teach me backgammon, which led into a back massage, which led into rape – my first heterosexual experience,” “He was 25 years old, I was 12.”
Later, in her mid-teens her “first boyfriend in Grade 9 decided it would be funny to gang rape me with six of his friends”.
The Canadian-born actress is best known for her television role in Baywatch, as well as campaigns with the animal rights group PETA.
Royal Canadian Mounted Police spokesman Corporal Darren Lagan said the force was “aware of the recent statements made by Ms Anderson”.
“Given the nature of the allegations, an investigator with the … RCMP is in the process of reaching out to Ms Anderson to discuss this matter with her directly.”