Baywatch star Pamela Anderson finds Julian Assange 'very sexy'


The former Baywatch star, who is rumoured to be dating Julian Assange, mused on sex, orgasms and her new book, which she says is about "sensuality", in a recent blog post.

Anderson, 49, donned a tight black turtleneck and a matching pencil skirt for the meeting, reported People magazine.

Now Anderson has gushed about Assange on her blog, in a long message accompanied by a picture of the founder of the whistle-blowing website.

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She said that her relationship with Mr Assange, 45, was "no secret" and that he was "one of my favourite people".

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OK, we're not sure it even qualifies as bonafide poetry, but it's Pam Anderson and Julian Assange, for heaven's sakes, who are we to debate literary merits?

Earlier this month, Anderson posted another "poem", titled "My Julian", in which she refers to the Wikileaks founder as "the most intelligent, interesting, and informed man in existence". Later, Westwood and Anderson were supposed to visit Assange together but due to mixing up of dates, Anderson visited Assange on her own and since then the two hit well, according to Daily Mail.

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"Famous for being persecuted is not a position of power but a position of vulnerability".

"Julian is trying to free the world by educating it".

She continued: "He is the strongest person I know-but, living as he is, is very unhealthy, demeaning and inhumane".

In February 2016, a United Nations panel ruled that Mr Assange should be allowed to go free as he had been "arbitrarily detained" and should get compensation. "That's all I'm really comfortable saying. of course this is not an ideal situation". "Faith has been lost in modern romance".

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Are Pamela Anderson and Julian Assange a thing? "One day everyone will realize. Everyone in the world has benefited because of WikiLeaks - he has sacrificed so much - to simply share the truth".