Pamela Anderson is sticking to her story that Tim Allen flashed her on the set of “Home Improvement” in 1991, a claim originally made in her book “Love, Pamela.”
In a new interview with ET Canada, the actress elaborated on the alleged conversation, “It was the first day of shooting our movie and I was in my dressing room and I came out, and then he came into his dressing room. comes out and she’s got this dress on and off she goes,” she said, undressing.
“He shut it down and went ‘Now we’re even. I’ve seen you naked, you’ve seen me naked. Now we can start the show.’
“How can you do that?” Anderson added.
Tim Allen slams Pamela Anderson’s claims he exposed himself to her about ‘home improvement’ when she was 23
“Then he ran back to his room and he was embarrassed all day and acted like a little dazed schoolboy. I was fine,” she said with a wink. “You can’t make these things up.”
A representative for Allen did not immediately return a request for comment on Anderson’s latest comments. When his allegations first surfaced, Allen’s rep shared the actor’s response, “No, that never happened. I would never do that.”
Two weeks ago, Allen also said while out in Los Angeles that he was “disappointed” by Anderson’s memory.
“Everybody loved him, but ABC is a little disappointed with his memory, put it that way,” he said. “All of us at Disney and ABC really,” he added. “She’s a nice girl, I like her a lot.”
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“But you know, he’s going to have to deny it,” Anderson said of Allen’s denial. “Because look at the time we’re in. What if he said, ‘Oh yeah, I did that,’ he’d be — I mean I — it’s just, you know, a lot of these stories. It is only the tip of the iceberg,” she said.
“Not that story,” he added.
Anderson also defended why he wrote about the moment in his book, saying, “I only talked about the important moments to try to find out that some of these things are known to you… In my childhood, in my career, and I wanted to kind of splash out. In some of those things.”
“Obviously I haven’t told every story in my life, or I would write volumes,” she clarified.
“So, it was because it was my first job, ‘Home Improvement.’ I felt it needed to be said.”
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