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The good news for Pamela Anderson is that her marriage to Rick Salomon this time lasted three times longer then it did the first time. Pamela filed for divorce yesterday after six months of marriage. Their previous union lasted two months. So, the next time they marry, I guess they will finally crack that year barrier. The first marriage happened after Rick famously paid off Pamela's gambling tab by exchanging sex with her for the debt. That was true love for sure. The second marriage has been filled with as much drama as the first but I think Pamela got tired of always coming in second or third place to all of the other women in Rick's life. I mean he is a well paid gambler and who wouldn't jump at the chance to have sex with a guy who has had unprotected sex with Paris Hilton and even recorded it for the world to see. This makes Pamela's 33rd divorce, and only three husbands. I figure Pamela is actually due for about three or four more marriages before she is finished or gets it right.
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