Pamela Anderson Says She Saw Jack Nicholson Having Threesome At Playboy Mansion

Pamela Anderson says she once saw Jack Nicholson having a threesome at the Playboy Mansion.
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Pamela Anderson says she once saw Jack Nicholson having a threesome at the Playboy Mansion.

While she is best known for her role in Baywatch, Anderson made her name by being the cover model for Playboy magazine in 1989.

The 55-year-old worked with the publication for more than 20 years and she holds the record for most appearances on the cover with 14.

She’s been outspoken about her time spent at the Playboy Mansion – and now the Borat star is using her new memoir to tell all about behind-the-scenes goings on in Hollywood.

Find out more about Pamela Anderson witnessing Jack Nicholson have a threesome at the Playboy Mansion below…

Extracts of the book, ‘Love, Pamela’ have been released through Variety, with Anderson recalling the time she walked in on Nicholson, now 85, having a threesome at the Playboy Mansion.

The Barb Wire actress explains: “Mr Nicholson had two beautiful women with him.

“They were all giggling and kissing up against the wall, sliding all over each other.

“I walked by to use the mirror, bending over the sink to fix my lip gloss.”

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Even though she was not participating in the raunchy activity, she believes that she helped The Departed reach the ‘finish line’.

She continues: “Trying not to look, but I couldn’t help myself and caught his eye in the reflection.

“I guess that got him to the finish line because he made a funny noise, smiled and said, ‘Thanks, dear’.”

Anderson also recalls that the time of the ‘incident’ was when the mansion was full of a variety of different figures.

Pamela Anderson
Pamela Anderson has opened up about the time she saw Jack Nicholson having a threesome at the Playboy Mansion. Credit: Alamy

“It was just complete freedom. It was full of artists, philanthropists, intellectuals, chivalry, and beautiful women. It was really an experience,” she recounts.

In anticipation of her memoir and Netflix documentary, Pamela, both released on January 31, the model has detailed her experiences of the mansion.

Speaking to The Sunday Times, Anderson was asked if anyone has ever treated her with utter respect, to which she responded that Playboy founder Hugh Hefner was the only person to do so.

Recalling the time that Hefner asked her to be on the cover of Playboy, she explains: “I was painfully shy and I hated that feeling.

“That’s why I did it. I just didn’t want that feeling any more.

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“Doing that first photoshoot gave me this little kind of portal on what it felt like to be a sensual woman.

“My s****lity was mine. I took my power back.”

Following his death in 2017, Anderson called Hefner the ‘most important person’ in her life.

In a now-deleted social media post, she wrote: “I am me because of you. You taught me everything important about freedom and respect.

“Outside of my family. You were the most important person in my life.”

In the extracts published by Variety, Anderon also speaks about her love for animals, her experience of finding a stalker in her house and the TV series Pam & Tommy. 

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Written by Rosario Monachino

Rosario is a content editor at IGV who specialises in film, TV and entertainment news. He has a degree in English and Film from the University of Salford and a masters in Journalism from Liverpool John Moores University.