Pamela Anderson understands if her ex-husband Tommy Lee’s current wife, Brittany Furlan, isn’t too fond of her newly released memoir.
“I’m sure it’s going to be annoying to his wife. I’d be annoyed,” the former Playboy Playmate, 55, admitted to WSJ. Magazine about “Love, Pamela,” which hit bookstores Tuesday alongside the outlet’s interview.
Anderson writes in her book that she knew very little about the Mötley Crüe drummer — including his last name and where he lived — when they eloped in Mexico in 1995.
Although they’d only known each other for a few days when they said “I do,” the “Baywatch” star remembers being “genuinely happy” and “lost in a sea of love.”
But according to Anderson, the honeymoon phase faded quickly. She goes on to describe a tumultuous marriage marked by anger, jealousy, physical abuse, an arrest, jail time, substance abuse, a suicide attempt, family feuds, lawsuits and a stolen sex tape.
Amid the chaos, the pair welcomed two sons — Brandon in 1996 and Dylan in 1997 — before divorcing in 1998.
The model-actress explains that their split was “the hardest, lowest, most difficult point of [her] life,” but she “had to protect [her] babies.”
Despite going on to have several more marriages, including one to Kid Rock, Anderson says her relationship with Lee “may have been the only time [she] was ever truly in love.”
As for the 60-year-old rocker, he married Furlan — a social media personality 24 years his junior — on Valentine’s Day 2019.
The former Vine star, 36, has neither publicly commented on Anderson’s memoir nor responded to Page Six’s inquiry.
The “Home Improvement” alum said in her WSJ. Magazine profile that Lee has not read her book.