Pamela Anderson’s Ex-Husband Leaves Her $10 Million In His Will

Pamela Anderson and Jon Peters were only married for a very short time, but they’ve remained on good terms ever since. The former “Baywatch” actress and the film producer had been friends for 20 years before saying “I do” in 2020. They reversed that decision only 12 days later. However, Peters is still so fond of her that he’s leaving her $10 million in his will.

  1. Jon Peters and Pamela Anderson were never officially married. Anderson admitted that while they staged a ceremony, it wasn’t legally binding. That’s probably a good thing given their decision to split less than two weeks later.
  2. They decided to remain friends. Despite a romantic relationship not working out between them, they were still fond of each other. Anderson insisted there were “no hard feelings,” and that certainly seems to be the case.
  3. Jon Peters is leaving Pamela Anderson $10 million in his will. Talking to Variety, Peters, 77, said he’ll never stop caring about Anderson. That’s why he’s leaving her such a significant amount of money when he dies. “I will always love Pamela, always in my heart. As a matter of fact, I left her $10 million in my will. And she doesn’t even know that. Nobody knows that,” Peters said. “I’m just saying it for the first time with you. I probably shouldn’t be saying it. So that’s for her, whether she needs it or not.”
  4. While she likely doesn’t need the money, Anderson does still adore Peters. As she told the outlet, “He’s great and has been a huge influence on my life. I love him to death.”

The admission comes as part of a feature leading up to Anderson’s Netflix series, “Pamela, a love story” and her memoir, “Love, Pamela.” She recently revealed that Sylvester Stallone offered her a condo and Porsche to be his “number one girl,” an offer she refused.

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