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Pamela Anderson's ex-husband to leave her $10 million in his will

Pamela Anderson's ex-husband to leave her $10 million in his will

The couple were married briefly back in 2020

Pamela Anderson's ex-husband has revealed he's leaving her $10 million (£8m) in his will.

Jon Peters and the former Playboy model tied the knot back in January 2020, after knowing each other for over two decades.

However, it didn't last very long at all, with the pair of them going their separate ways just 12 days later.

In another twist to the tale, Pamela later revealed that they were never actually married as the paperwork was never filed, meaning the ceremony wasn't even official.

Luckily, though, while it's not often the case in any kind of split, Peters and Pam remained good friends - so much so that the movie mogul has since included her in his will.

Jon Peters is leaving Pamela Anderson $10 million in his will.
ZUMA Press, Inc./Alamy

Speaking to Variety ahead of the release of Pamela's new memoir, the 77-year-old revealed that he still had a lot of love for Pam, 55.

He told the outlet: "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. 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."

While the marriage was never official, the couple seemed really into one another at the time.

Peters told the Hollywood Reporter that he had always had a thing for Pamela.

"There are beautiful girls everywhere," he said.

"I could have my pick, but — for 35 years — I've only wanted Pamela. She makes me wild — in a good way.

Anderson described the marriage as a 'bizarre, theatrical lunch'.
Erik Pendzich/Alamy

"She inspires me. I protect her and treat her the way she deserves to be treated, while also standing up for her artistic talents elsewhere."

Pamela also shared a poem about him, saying: "He's been there all along./Never failed me -/I'm ready now/and/he's ready too."

Shortly after the split, though, posts to Pamela's Twitter account gave off a very different vibe.

The message, which was seemingly written by a member of her publicity team, described the marriage as a 'lunch'.

It read: "Pamela Anderson was never legally married to Jon Peters (life long family friend) no hard feelings — no marriage, no divorce... just a bizarre theatrical lunch — Pamela has a good sense of humor about it."

The latest revelations come ahead of the release of the Baywatch star's memoir Love, Pamela.

Featured Image Credit: Erik Pendzich/Alamy/PAMELA ANDERSON/INSTAGRAM

Topics: Pamela Anderson, US News, Celebrity