Pamela Anderson tweets loving message to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange

Saturday - 30/03/2019 10:18
Pamela Anderson. Picture: Fotopress/Getty ImagesSource:Getty Images
Pamela Anderson. Picture: Fotopress/Getty ImagesSource:Getty Images
Are they or aren’t they? Pamela Anderson has just given fans more reason to believe her and Julian Assange are an item with a loved up message.

Pamela Anderson wrote a lovesick paean to her is-he-or-isn’t-he boyfriend Julian Assange on Friday, lamenting that she hasn’t been able to see him for a year.

“We all miss his voice. I miss his laugh, his mischievous smile and his curious and boy-like wonder,” she tweeted of the Australian WikiLeaks founder, who is holed up in the Ecuadorean embassy in London with no visitor privileges or internet access. “A uniquely strong and dedicated man,” Anderson added.

Thanking him for his “sacrifice,” Anderson, 51, also said: “I (pray) you are well. And that I will see you soon.”

Assange is currently holed up in the Ecuadorean embassy in London. Picture: AP/Frank Augstein
Assange is currently holed up in the Ecuadorean embassy in London. Picture: AP/Frank AugsteinSource:AP

 

 
Anderson was spotted visiting him at the embassy in 2017. Picture: Neil Mockford/GC Images
Anderson was spotted visiting him at the embassy in 2017. Picture: Neil Mockford/GC ImagesSource:Getty Images

 

She later called outraged responses to her tweet “surreal” and labelled them “IGNORANCE.”

“There is a crowd that just does not care about his well being as a human being and refuse to accept that he is a hero … or God forbid … any friend of mine,” she wrote.

She later also insisted he needs only one name “like Cher or Madonna or Chelsea,” adding the hashtag #FreeManning along with #FreeAssange.

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“The world is watching,” she wrote.

The former Baywatch star’s earlier embassy visits, before the ban, had long sparked dating rumours — ones she never denied despite also being linked to French soccer star Adil Rami.

“We are friendly, yes — very friendly. I love Julian,” she told Good Morning Britainin 2017, later telling interviewer Piers Morgan that “it’s kind of difficult to have a relationship with somebody” who is a “prisoner.”

This story originally appeared in the New York Post and has been republished here with permission.


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