Jon Peters, Pamela Anderson’s 12-day ex-husband, promises to give her $10 million in his will, “whether she needs it or not.”
Although Pamela Anderson and producer Jon Peters only had a 12-day marriage, their impact on one another has lasted far longer.
For an article that was released on Friday, Variety quoted Peters as saying, “I will always adore Pamela, always in my heart.” “In actuality, I gave her $10 million in my will. She is completely unaware of this. Nobody is aware of that. With you, I’m just expressing it for the first time. Maybe I shouldn’t be saying that. So whether she requires it or not, that is for her.”
Their bond hasn’t always been so obvious. Peters, the director of both the A Star Is Born films from 1976 and 2018, as well as popular films like Rain Man from 1988 and Tim Burton’s Batman the following year, met Anderson at the Playboy Mansion in 1990. She had barely spent one day in the city.
According to Variety
According to Variety, Peters quickly gave Anderson vehicles, clothes, and anything dazzling as she moved in with him. Both individuals claimed to the publication that their relationship at the time was not romantic.
In January 2020, the two tied the knot in a private ceremony in Malibu, California, only to dissolve their marriage less than two weeks later.
Peters said on Page Six of the New York Post that his new bride was “broke” and the marriage ended as soon as he paid off some of her bills.
Within two days after the marriage, Peters denied claims that Anderson terminated things because he was “very controlling” and that she realized she had “made a terrible mistake.”
Contrary to rumors, he asserted, the Baywatch actress had been the one to propose marriage.
Despite the fact that I was engaged to someone else and the woman was moving in, he told the newspaper that when she texted him to say she wanted to get married, it was like a dream come true. “I put everything else aside for Pam. She had about $200,000 in debts and had no way to pay them, so I paid them and received this as payment. No idiot is as foolish as an elderly fool.”
She allegedly tweeted that because the official documentation was never filed, neither a marriage nor a divorce occurred. Her description of Peters as a “lifelong family friend” with whom she had shared a “bizarre theatrical lunch” was accurate. Anderson claimed that she had “no resentment.” The 200K, too? She argued that was false.
The author of Love, Pamela, however, called Peters “wonderful” and said that he had “been a major influence on my life” in the recent interview. “I love him to death,” she continued.