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Pamela Anderson Sells Viper To Raise Money For PETA

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Calling them her “ethical advisers”, Pamela Anderson has decided to part ways with her 2000 Dodge Viper sports car and sell the vehicle to raise money for PETA.

The 40-year-old actress recently held a private estate sale (read: garage sale) so she could clear house and raise some cash. On June 21 and 22 at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Anderson’s Viper will be auctioned off for the “Julien’s Auctions’ Summer Entertainment Sale of Hollywood memorabilia” event. “I’m a terrible driver,” she said. “It’s just not a good idea for me to have a Viper.”

She also said that with PETA, she sees actual results — so helping to fund initiatives that accomplish goals is rewarding for her. “I get sports stuff for my kids,” she said. “But me? I, just on a whim, give everything away. This is another one of those opportunities, but it’s specific. It goes to the cause.”

via MSNBC

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