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Pamela Anderson has hepatitis “C”.

Discussion in 'TRIBE Main Forum' started by Guest, Mar 21, 2002.

  1. Guest

    Guest Guest


    Pamela Anderson may not look sick, but she is. And she could become worse. The Canadian born actress and star of the series V.I.P. has hepatitis “C”. And she’s blaming her ex-husband, Tommy Lee, for giving it to her.

    The 34-year old star says she contracted the liver-destroying blood virus by sharing a tattoo needle with Lee. She charges that the former Motley Crue drummer never told her he had the condition. But that’s not what Lee says. He claims he’s tested negative for Hep C and that Anderson's charges are a blatant attempt to change the joint custody agreement for their sons: Brandon, 5 and Dylan, 4.

    Hepatitis C likely won’t kill Anderson. But it could cause her health problems. Symptoms of the disease include jaundice, fatigue, vomiting and pain, and possibly liver cancer or cirrhosis. It’s spread by sharing needles, unprotected sex or blood-to-blood contact. An estimated 8,000-10,000 Americans die from complications due to the illness every year.

    Eventually, the virus could make Anderson a different kind of V.I.P. – a very ill person.


    sucks to be her.
  2. Karim

    Karim TRIBE Member

    She's lucky that's all she got from Tommy Lee

  3. Zer0G

    Zer0G TRIBE Member

    Yeah... tattoo needle, people share those all the time. That is why they have those tattoo needle exchange programs.
  4. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Do they pay people to write this shit? If so, I could make millions in Hollywood.
  5. deep

    deep TRIBE Member

    "tattoo" needle, right
  6. SlipperyPete

    SlipperyPete TRIBE Member

    are you insinuating something? i'm from canada, and they think i'm slow, eh?

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