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DWTS alum says awkward moment with Disney actor should never have happened

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On January 23, 2023, actor Tim Allen denied a claim made by former Dancing With the Stars competitor Pamela Anderson. According to Variety, Anderson wrote about Allen in her new memoir, Love, Pamela, and recalled a time she was on the set of Home Improvement alongside the actor.

“On the first day of shooting, I walked out of my dressing room and Tim was standing in the hallway in his robes. He undid his robe and quickly flashed me – completely naked underneath. He said it was only fair because he saw me naked,” Anderson wrote.

“‘Now we’re the same.’ I laughed uncomfortably,” she added.

Allen has denied the claims, telling Heavy: “No, it never happened. I would never do that.” The actor first made his statement to Variety.

Heavy reached out to an Anderson rep, who responded with a statement from the “Baywatch” star to Vanity Fair.

“This true story is just one of many surreal and uncomfortable situations I’ve learned to deal with. My book is about how I’ve felt throughout my life and in this case, my career. I have no grudge against Tim. But like the rest, it should never have happened,” the statement said.

Here’s what you need to know:

According to IMDb, Anderson joined the cast of “Home Improvement” in 1991.

She appeared in a recurring role in a total of 23 episodes during the first two seasons of the series. She returned as a guest star in Season 6, reprising her role as Lisa the Tool Girl before officially leaving the show in 1997 — the same year her role on Baywatch ended.

Anderson has appeared on dozens of other shows, both on television and the big screen. She has also appeared in music videos and has covered many magazines throughout her career.

The 55-year-old decided she wanted to tell a lot more about her life in the form of a memoir and a documentary to be released on the same day. In mid-January 2023, Anderson told People magazine that her two sons were “encouraged.” [her] tell [her] Story.” She said the writing process is like “therapy” for her.

“[There’s] a little scared before it comes out because this was basically a year of therapy that ran through my life from my first memory to my last memory. I’m really proud of it. It’s something I’ve written every word about. I didn’t have an employee. I didn’t ghostwrite anything,” she told the outlet.

According to Variety, Anderson’s claim about Allen is just “one of many” explosive claims she has made in her book.

“Her blonde bombshell image was ubiquitous in the 1990s. Spotted in the stands at a football game, she shot to instant fame, becoming Playboy’s favorite cover girl and a symbol of Hollywood glamor and sexuality. But what happens when you lose control of your own life — and the image that the fame machine creates for you isn’t who you really are? read the description of “Love, Pamela” on Harper Collins’ website.

In her own words, Anderson has been through a lot in her life, and she’s ready to share a lot of what’s behind the scenes with the world.

“It’s just one girl’s story of how I made it: a small town girl who went to Los Angeles and just went through all the wild and crazy adventures I’ve had and then came back and went home,” Anderson told People.

Anderson’s book and documentary are scheduled for release on January 31, 2023.

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