Pamela Anderson is doubling down on her claim that Tim Allen threw his penis at her while filming “Home Improvement.”
The “Baywatch” alum acknowledged her vehement denial that such an incident ever took place and insisted she had no choice but to deny the allegation.
“He’s going to have to deny it because look at the times we’re in,” he told ET Canada. “If he said, ‘Oh yeah, I did that…’ that would be it – a lot of these stories are just the tip of the iceberg.”
Anderson, 55, first alleged in her new memoir “Love, Pamela” about Allen, 69, that the actor “undressed and flashed me quickly — completely naked underneath.”
Anderson claimed Allen told him it was “only fair” he did it because “he saw it. [her] Naked, presumably referring to her first Playboy cover in 1989
“[He said,] ‘Now we are equal.’ I laughed nervously,” he recalled.
The “Santa Claus” star quickly denied the allegation, telling Variety in a statement, “No, that never happened. I would never do something like that.”
The former Playboy model was 23 years old when she began playing Lisa the Tool Girl on the ABC sitcom. Allen, who played Tim “The Toolman” Taylor, was 37 at the time of the alleged incident.
Shortly after an excerpt from her memoir went viral, Anderson defended Allen’s alleged actions.
“Tim is a comedian, his job is to cross the line. I’m sure he had no bad intentions,” the actress wrote in a text message to Variety, according to her cover story published in January.
“Though times have changed,” the text continued. “I doubt anyone will #MeToo try this post. It’s a new world.”
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