Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Blind Item #5

This former B list mostly television actress and now a professional multiple reality star has been hitting gifting booths hard. Really hard. And now she is selling them under one of her kid's names. Guess her side business has not been going so well. Heard she was a no show to one after a guy wired her the money in advance.

24 comments:

MontanaMarriott said...

Pammie LYING HER @$$ OFF ABOUT HER HAVING HEP C Anderson

TotallyDistracted said...

Great guess. I second it.

klalaw said...

Tori Spelling

Amber said...

I was going to guess Tori, but Pambo is a way better guess.

Unknown said...

I believe Pammie has Hep C. Certainly no benefit to admitting it in the first place. None whatsoever. I know because I have it too. I think the blind that led folks here to conclude she faked it is someone else.

Glitter said...

Agree with Pam Anderson.

ethorne said...

That is so unprofessional. Advance poon money means make damn sure your ass shows up.

All about Eve said...

Hahahaha! @ ethorne! Advance poon money!

Sherry said...

And how's that guy gonna get his money back? Oh I paid for some ass, here's the wire confirmation. I would like to file a complaint.

That's just wrong Pamela!

parissucksliterally said...

Lisa Rinna has a clothing store....maybe not doing well?

jimmyPx said...

If Pam did that then ALL her "customers" and future "customers" will hear about it and she will strictly be an AOD (ass on delivery).

Elissa said...

Heh, *I* got this one, and I NEVER get these.

I would think that someone like Pam, who once one of the hottest things when she was running around barely dressed on a VERY popular show, and was married to a member of an extremely popular band, would have put some money away at some point.
How the mighty have fallen.

crila16 said...

Tori

Munch said...

For the UK person (me), can someone explain what a gifting booth is please? I sort of had the idea that it was somewhere they handed out goody bags at events, but from the context that doesn't seem right.

Also, Pammie was in the Daily Mail today (or The Book Of Vile Darkness, as it's known in our house), a piece about selling her house.

Cory said...

Unknown - Pam announced she had Hep C (and got it from Tommy Lee) when she was in the middle of custody hearings for her kids against Tommy. She got custody and then proceeded to get papped drinking constantly. My boyfriend had Hep C (there are new drugs for it, doesn't have it now) and he said you can't drink at all - destroys the liver even faster. No one believes Pam anymore, it's obvious she lies to suit herself.

di butler said...

At events, i.e., movie premiers, fashion shows, awards shows, etc., companies have booths of their products they give away, hopefully to stars, the higher up the list, the better. This way, they can get mags like People, US Weekly, etc., to put the pics in their issues. Some are pretty cool, they do your hair, make up, give you pretty cool swag.

Manic Monday said...

I don't get it. what do gifting booths have to do with poon?

Beth said...

@MM
The actress is hard up for money, her side business (selling poon) isn't working out that well...so she is selling the gift bags to make ends meet.

J said...

It's been said that she admitted to Hep C but it is really HIV. Either way, men are still turning tricks with her? Yuck.

Jacq said...

Who pays a hooker in advance?? Idiot.

Hegg said...

Yes, I'm pretty sure it's Pammie.
Doesn't she "date" guys on bi-monthly rates or something?

Jenn said...

Is it Poonsellah Anderson or that Bethany 'Skinny (ugly) Girl' Frankel?

Lauren said...

You can get rid of Hep. C with a treatment of a specific kind of injections called Interferon. It makes you really sick for about a year, but it cures Hep. C in a lot of people.

Tina Mallette said...

Thanks Lauren I did not think Hep C was curable but I see that new combinations of drugs have a 75 per cent rate of suppressing the virus so long as you stay on the meds or that was the gist I got from reading an article on the subject.
http://wgntv.com/2013/03/07/hepatitis-c-cure/

Neighbor of mine was on interferon but like 15 - 20 years ago old school stuff in comparison and he required a liver transplant and ended up dying a few years ago as the virus will still attack the new liver.

What was scarier is the article said many people do not know they have Hep C. The CDC is recommending a one time screening in the US that could result in 800,000 new cases of Hep C.

And yeah you definitely better not be boozing on this cocktail of drugs.