Second time is not the charm. Pamela Anderson has filed for divorce from third husband Rick Salomon. The two were originally married in 2007 and were only together for two months before Pam got the marriage annulled. However, the two were seen frequently together after that, and they retied the knot sometime in the past year.
Pam got lucky in the looks department, but when it comes to love, not so much. She married Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee after knowing him only four days, but they got divorced three years later. The two were on-off for quite some time after that.
She also was engaged to model Marcus Schenkenberg, but they soon broke up. Then she married rocker Kid Rock, but that one only lasted four months.
A year later, she was engaged to Rick Salomon, who is probably most famous for appearing in Paris Hilton's sex tape. (He was also married to Shannen Doherty for nine months.) Two months later, they were officially null and void, marriage-wise, but still FWB, according to Pam.
In January, she announced the two had gotten remarried but didn't say when. And now. So much for that. Divorce. I guess this time Pam didn't think she'd get away with that "fraud" claim she used to annul her marriage the first time around.
Whew. That's a lot to take in. (So to speak.)
For some reason, I had thought Pam and Rick were a solid couple -- I know. What the hell was I thinking? But I just thought, Well, these two aren't kids anymore. And they clearly can't stay away from each other. So for some reason I thought it might work. Silly me.
Still ... I wouldn't count these two out forever. Pam admitted she had sex with Tommy Lee for years after their divorce. And we just saw Rick and Pam frolicking on the beach together and looking quite happy only a month ago. Who knew they were this close to divorce?
Maybe Pam can have her own version of Sister Wives and marry Rick, Tommy, and Kid Rock, and let's just throw Marcus in there too, why not.
Did you see this coming?
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