Pamela Anderson is ready to tell her story. Today, Netflix announced the upcoming release of a new documentary centered on Anderson, which has been in the works for several years, and will find “the pop culture icon confronts the record as she looks back on her career path and personal journey.”
The news has been shared on Netflix social media accountswith a note from Anderson.
“My life / A thousand imperfections / A million misunderstandings,” she wrote. “Wicked, wild and lost/ not let down/ I can only surprise you/ not a victim, but a survivor/ alive to tell true stories.”
Directed by Ryan White (protector, Ask Dr. Ruth), the untitled documentary will give exclusive access to the life of the former Baywatch star in the form of archival footage and a personal diary. White will produce the project with Jessica Hargrave, Julia Nottingham and Anderson’s son Brandon Thomas Lee. Josh Braun serves as executive producer.
Netflix’s new documentary follows Hulu’s Pam and TommyThis miniseries looks back at how a sex tape stolen by Anderson (Lily James) and then-husband Tommy Lee (Sebastian Stan) led to the first celebrity sex tape scandal of the mid-’90s.
Although James told porter An anonymous source purportedly close to the real-life star told the magazine she contacted Anderson before the shoot but received no response and!information She would never watch Pam and Tommy.
“Breach is the only thing [Anderson’s] A life she would erase from her life. It haunts her to this day,” said the alleged insider. “Taking this tape is against the law. It was a very painful time in her life. Shockingly, they are rebuilding it…a sad reflection of how far we have not come as a society. Where’s the apology to Pam? “