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Pamela Anderson Is On The Loose

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E!’s new documentary, Pam: Girl on the Loose, is all set to give viewers a glimpse into the real, personal life of Pamela Anderson (not that we haven’t been there before). During the very first episode, Anderson holds a huge yard sale–including items such as her Baywatch bikini and wedding gown–with proceeds going to PETA. Not to be outdone, her sons also hold a charity sale with a lemonade stand benefiting their local conservation charity. Now that’s keeping it all in the family.

Other show highlights will include the building of her new green Malibu mansion and an appearance with George W. Bush due to her work with the animal rights movement.

The series will premiere Sunday, August 3 at 10:00 PM ET.

via PR.com

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