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Pamela Anderson's live-in stalker

2011-09-15 21:09
 
Los Angeles - Pamela Anderson had a crazed fan living in her house for a "few days" who slit her wrists.

The former Baywatch beauty has revealed an obsessed woman broke into her home and stayed in one of the guest rooms while she and her two sons, Brandon and Dylan, were there but she didn't notice she had a live-in intruder.

In an interview with Britain's OK! magazine, Pamela said: "One fan snuck into my house, sliced her wrists and then ate all my bread. It's terrible but I am serious! When the police took her, she was even wearing one of my Baywatch bathing suits. It was very scary, actually. I was in my house with my children, alone, and this woman had gotten in and was there for a few days.

'I'm going crazy'

"I kept noticing my bread was going missing and then my jean jacket disappeared. But I was like, 'I'm going crazy because I have two babies, I'm forgetting everything.' But this woman had been staying in the guest room for days. When the police came, she slit her wrists!"

Fortunately the woman did not die from her suicide attempt but she was eventually deported from America.

The blonde beauty revealed: "She didn't die, she just got deported."



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