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Jon Peters Says He Paid Off Pamela Anderson’s Debt During 12 Day Marriage

Jon Peters says he paid close to $200,00 for ex-wife, Pamela Anderson's debt during their 12-day marriage - according to Page Six. The couple married in a secret ceremony on Jan. 20, only to call it quits by Feb. 1, 2020.

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Hollywood producer, Jon Peters told Page Six that it was Pam Anderson, 52, who proposed to him through a text message and not the other way around as previously reported. He also says the text was a “dream come true” when he received it even though he was already engaged to someone else who was planning on moving in. Peter’s says he dropped everything for Anderson and feels like an “old fool” for paying $200,000 in bills and debt for the former Baywatch star.

Peters then goes onto say he ended his marriage to Anderson in a text.

“There’s a lot more to the story but I think the text … is self explanatory’’ — attaching a copy of what he wrote “dear pammy’’ to tell her they were through.
“these past 9 days have been a beautiful amazing love fest,’’ he texted the actress. But “this whole marriage thing with lawyers, debt, and jazmin has scared me.”
“Since I have worked my whole life to try to make something for myself, that was very concerning to me,’’ he wrote. “i thought building an empire together would be fun but i was wrong.i am a simple guy who loves my kids. i don’t want to fly back and forth to canada. As beautiful as that place is, I don’t like traveling. i’m sorry,”

He then tries to offer Pam Anderson a job in one of his movies.

“i still want you to be in my movie. … this will be an amazing breakthrough for you,” Peters texted, referring to his upcoming movie, “Private Dancer.” “I can love you by giving you a new career. we need a couple weeks to detune then we can talk. i love you. jp

Peters then adds a long-winded P.S. You can read the full message here.

Anderson’s people fired back to The Post saying, “These claims are not only entirely fabricated, they are ludicrous. Despite Mr. Peters’ efforts to elicit a response from Ms. Anderson, she has no comment to provide and wishes him well.”

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