WikiLove: Pamela Anderson Reportedly Smitten With Julian Assange
The former Playboy pin-up is reportedly nuts about the WikiLeaks boss.
Has Pamela Anderson fallen head over heals for notorious WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange?
The 49-year-old former Baywatch star has been photographed visiting him at the Ecuadorean Embassy in London where she has reportedly brought the 45-year-old food.
"My Julian is the most intelligent, interesting, and informed man in existence," she also wrote on her blog. In the post titled “My Julian,” she also calls him “sexy,” and called his staff at WikiLeaks her “heroes.”
Assange has been hold up in the embassy for four years to avoid extradition to Sweden on a rape charge that he denies.
The former Playboy cover girl also recently spoke to Australian talk show, The Kyle and Jackie O Show, where she hinted that she would marry him.
“I always thought I'd make a good first lady," she said. "If I had to pick a world leader to stand beside it'd be Julian Assange."
Assange also did a radio interview singing her praises.
"She’s an attractive person with an attractive personality and whip-smart," he said. "She’s psychologically very savvy.”
Assange and Wikileaks have been a thorn in the side of the U.S. government for years after releasing tons of sensitive material to the public.
In January, Anderson even wrote a letter to President Obama asking him to pardon Assange before he left office.
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