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Pamela Anderson reveals suicide attempt after Tommy Lee attack on Baywatch set

Pamela Anderson reveals suicide attempt after Tommy Lee attack on Baywatch set

The bombshells keep dropping from the 90s it girl, who is about to drop a tell-all book and a Netflix series.

Pamela Anderson has dropped another explosive revelation as she gears up to drop her tell-all memoir Love, Pamela, and a Netflix series, Pamela, A Love Story.

In the midst of her truth-telling moment in the sun, the 90s it girl has made some pretty heavy accusations against her ex-husband Tommy Lee.

Her tumultuous marriage to the Mötley Crüe drummer was well documented in the late 1990s, with Lee spending six months in jail after beating the Baywatch star in their Los Angeles home.

But now Anderson is shedding some light on just how much of a toll Lee's alleged abuse had on her.

Nicole Eggert, David Hasselhoff, Alexandra Paul, David Charvet, Pamela Anderson on the set of Baywatch, 1992.

According to Buzzfeed, Lee's controlling behavior and jealousy on the set of Baywatch led him to drive his car into her makeup trailer.

Afterwards, she attempted suicide.

Buzzfeed reports that Anderson's brother, Gerry, confronted Lee while Anderson was recovering in hospital that he was killing his older sister.

As per transcripts of Anderson's diary, obtained by the Guardian ahead of her Netflix special, Anderson recalled Lee's alleged explosive reaction to an onscreen kiss with her Baywatch castmate David Chokachi.

She didn't tell her husband about the kiss before it happened, but when he did find out he 'lost it'.

"I had to kiss David Chokachi but I didn’t tell Tommy. He lost it,” she wrote.

"He rashed my trailer on the set, put his fist through a cabinet."

She added: "I apologized for not telling him — lying, as he put it — and told him it wouldn’t happen again."

Pamela and the cast of Baywatch, 2006.

According to Anderson's journal, Lee began to visit her daily on the Baywatch set every day in order to get his 'wife time'.

He also wanted to be there to keep an eye on her and any contact she had with other men.

Per the Guardian, the Baywatch crew would change their scripts when they saw Tommy’s Ferrari Testarossa approaching the lot.

"Tommy was so jealous. I thought that’s what love is," Anderson wrote.

Tommy Lee was approached for comment.

Featured Image Credit: NBC. Tommy Lee/Instagram.

Topics: Celebrity, Film and TV