In her upcoming memoir, Pamela Anderson describes a disturbing incident that happened on the set of “Home Improvement” in 1991 when she was 23 years old.
“On the first day of shooting I walked out of my dressing room and Tim was standing in the hallway in his dressing gown. He opened his robe and quickly flashed me – completely naked underneath. He said it was only fair because he had seen me naked. Now we’re even. I laughed awkwardly,” according to an excerpt in “Love, Pamela,” dat Variety received prior to the book’s January 31 release.
Allen, who was 37 at the time of the alleged incident, was supposedly referring to Anderson’s modeling work for Playboy, which helped make the aspiring actress an internationally known sex symbol.
“No, that never happened. I would never do something like that,” Allen said Variety in a statement.
The explosive claim is one of many in the book, which traces Anderson’s rise from a small-town Vancouver Island girl to one of the most recognizable women in the world.
“Home Improvement” marked one of Anderson’s first credits, where she played Lisa the Tool Girl in what quickly became the No. 1 TV series in the United States. She appeared in the first two seasons of the ABC sitcom before leaving to focus on “Baywatch,” which became a global phenomenon exported to 150 countries.
“Love, Pamela” is one of HarperCollins’ most anticipated titles of the year. In it, Anderson discusses last year’s successful Hulu series Pam and Tommy. Anderson continued to be a mother on the series, which delves into the infamous sex tape stolen from her home in February 2022 featuring then-husband Tommy Lee.