Former Baywatch star Pamela Anderson has become a regular visitor to the Ecuadorian Embassy in London where she has been spending time with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
Anderson, 49, was most recently seen Thursday at the embassy where she was photographed going inside to see Assange, 45, who has been living there for four years since he was granted political asylum by Ecuador.
Anderson has not denied rumors that the two are romantically involved, and has claimed that Assange intellectually stimulates her more than all her “ex-husbands and lovers combined.”
“I think he’s quite sexy,” Anderson wrote in a blog post on Thursday. “He has tremendous strength and stamina—though vulnerable. Hard to imagine him that way—as capable as he is. But, he is up against the biggest super powers in the world.”
Anderson wrote a letter in early January urging then-President Obama to pardon Assange following the release of Democratic National Committee emails prior to the 2016 presidential election.
In an appearance on The Nightly Show this week, Anderson recounted meeting Assange last year through British fashion designer Vivienne Westwood.
“We started seeing each other every month,” she said, “and now we see each other a lot more regularly. I do really think he’s one of the most important people in the world, and I think what he does is historic. It’s very important,” Anderson added. “He’s very brave and he sacrificed a lot for all of us.”
Assange was castigated this week following the release of an 8,000-plus-file dump of CIA secrets that was posted on WikiLeaks.
Vice President Pence asserted Thursday that the leak was “one of the most significant compromises of national security in recent memory.”
“Trafficking in national security information, as is alleged WikiLeaks has done, is a serious offense,” Pence said during an appearance on Special Report. “This president and this administration will take it very seriously and use the full force of the law, and the resources of the United States, to hold all of those to account that were involved.”
Anderson stood up for Assange in a blog post this week, saying he had “ruffled a few very powerful feathers — who will stop at nothing to discredit him, or worse.”
“He is on the side of every civilian. And, he is exposing corruption in governments we elect,” she said. “People need to understand that.”
Anderson also addressed the sexual assault charges Assange faces in Sweden, claiming they were “embarrassing for all involved. There is no rape—it is a case of condom or not,” she said. “It is ridiculous.”
H/T: Page Six
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