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Pamela Anderson Bangs The Vegan Gavel On Meat Eaters

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During an appearance last week on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, infamous former Baywatch beauty and staunch PETA activist Pamela Anderson let all the viewers know how she feels about non-veggies.

Anderson claimed she had to check with the courthouse the night before her appearance on the show to make sure she wasn’t needed for jury duty, adding “I don’t think I’d be a very good juror. You know, if you’re not vegetarian—guilty!”

Ellen DeGeneres, a vegan herself, found this rather amusing, and congratulated Pam on all the effort she’s put into animal right’s campaigns over the years.

Anderson had recently visited New Orleans and adopted 50 dogs and 30 cats from the area, finding them all new homes within 24 hours.

Meating adjourned!

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