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Pamela Anderson is heading to Australia and plans to confront Prime Minister Scott Morrison

Baywatch star Pamela Anderson is heading to Australia and plans to confront Prime Minister Scott Morrison over his ‘smutty’ comments about her

  • Pamela Anderson will be in Australia later this year to film an Ultra Tune ad 
  • While in Australia she plans to confront Prime Minister Scott Morrison
  • She wants to talk to him about Julian Assange and comments he made about her 

Baywatch star Pamela Anderson plans to confront Scott Morrison during a trip Down Under later this year.

Ms Anderson will be in Australia filming an advertisement for tyre company Ultra Tune, and wants to settle a score with the Australian prime minister. 

The model turned activist, 52, was upset at comments Mr Morrison made last year, which she says were ‘smutty’ and ‘unnecessary’.

 

While in Australia Pamela Anderson plans to confront PM Scott Morrison over the situation involving Julian Assange and the comments he made in regards to her

Ms Anderson said in a statement that she wanted to bring up Julian Assange’s case with Mr Morrison.  

But she then added: ‘Mr Morrison made a series of personally, disparaging remarks about me and I’d like to challenge him to debate this matter in front of the Australian people.’

Last year Ms Anderson appeared on 60 Minutes Australia to discuss her friendship with the WikiLeaks founder, where she made the plea for Mr Morrison to step in.

He was later asked on Gold Coast radio station Hot Tomato FM if he would listen to Ms Anderson.

He laughed before saying he would not take her advice.  

‘I’ve had plenty of mates who have asked me if they can be my special envoy to sort the issue out with Pamela Anderson,’ he said.

Last year Ms Anderson appeared on 60 Minutes Australia to discuss her friendship with the WikiLeaks founder, where she made the plea for Mr Morrison to step in

Last year Ms Anderson appeared on 60 Minutes Australia to discuss her friendship with the WikiLeaks founder, where she made the plea for Mr Morrison to step in

‘But putting that to one side, the serious issue is no, our position on that hasn’t changed.’ 

Ms Anderson was left furious at the problems and wrote an open letter to Mr Morrison where she slammed him for his attitude. 

‘You trivialised and laughed about the suffering of an Australian and his family. You followed it with smutty, unnecessary comments about a woman voicing her political opinion,’ she wrote.

He was later asked on Gold Coast radio station Hot Tomato FM if he would listen to Ms Anderson. He laughed before saying he would not take her advice

He was later asked on Gold Coast radio station Hot Tomato FM if he would listen to Ms Anderson. He laughed before saying he would not take her advice

‘Rather than making lewd suggestions about me, perhaps you should instead think about what you are going to say to millions of Australians when one of their own is marched in an orange jumpsuit to Guantanamo Bay — for publishing the truth.’ 

Mr Morrison’s Minister for Women, Kelly O’Dwyer, said the prime minister ‘probably regrets’ his comments. 

‘I think the Prime Minister probably regrets the comments that he made and I certainly know from a discussion that he didn’t mean to cause any offence,’ she said, according to the Sydney Morning Herald.

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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