Jon Peters says he paid Pamela Anderson's debts before marriage split

Carla Harmon
February 14, 2020

But Peters implied that he told Anderson they were over in a text. According to Jon, "Everything they told you was a lie".

He also insinuated that Anderson's motivation to marry was money.

Peters - who went from to celebrity hairdresser to leading Hollywood producer, including of "Batman" in 1989 - and Anderson of TV's "Baywatch" fame had dated almost 30 years ago.

He agreed to go public about his disastrous marriage after reading an article which suggested he got hitched on a whim and Pam walked out because she found him "too controlling". "There's no fool like an old fool", Jon ranted as he concluded in his e-mail. She ended the post by writing: "I hope people understand where it's coming from - I don't want to have to defend myself it only draws more attention feeding the problem - #ego".

'I dropped everything for Pam. "But Jon's as controlling as he's creative, and he did not respond well to her autonomy". The former Baywatch star shared a cryptic Instagram story on Tuesday, February 11 amid his claims that he paid off her $200,000 debt and bought her a new wardrobe while they were briefly husband and wife.

The A Star Is Born producer explained that when Anderson texted him and proposed, it was a "dream come true", even though he was engaged to someone else.

He also handed Page Six his break-up text to Pam, which he insists "is self explanatory". It made me see that at 74 I need a simple quiet life and not an worldwide love affair.

He allegedly wrote: 'This whole marriage thing ... has scared me. He then added, "ps-i have built a financial empire over the last 50 years that i've left all to my's something that is very private and personal to me. the thought of lawyers going through my business makes me want to throw up. i need a break. some time to think. i do love you. but i don't know how people get together when there's so much energy around the couple". I can love you by giving you a new career. we need a couple weeks to detune then we can talk. i love you.

Her poetry seems to be a not-so-veiled reply to Peters, a celebrity hairstylist turned film producer, claiming to Page Six that he paid "broke" Anderson's debts - in the range of $200,000 - during the brief time they were in their not-legally binding marriage. A face-throwing-a-kiss emoji and "I forgive you". He has been nothing but nice to me and, for that, I love him.

The odd breakup email also saw Peters say he still wants to cast Anderson in a movie project he's working on.

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