Pamela Anderson will address an alleged incident that happened on the set of “Home Improvement” in her forthcoming memoir.
Anderson, 55, had one of her first credits on the show as Lisa the Tool Girl and claims she had an alarming encounter with star Tim Allen, 69, in 1991 when she was 23 years old.
“On the first day of shooting I walked out of my dressing room and Tim was standing in the hallway in his dressing gown. He opened his robe and quickly flashed me — totally naked underneath,” she said in her memoir “Love, Pamela,” according to an excerpt obtained by Variety.
“He said it was only fair because he had seen me naked. Now we’re even. I laughed awkwardly,” she continued.
Anderson had a successful modeling career for Playboy after debuting on the cover of the magazine in October 1989, making her an international sex symbol before the infamous sex tape featuring her ex-husband Tommy Lee, 60, leaked to the world.
But the “Toy Story” actor, who was 37 at the time, denied ever flashing Anderson.
“No, that never happened. I would never do something like that,” Allen told Variety in a statement.
Anderson appeared in the first two seasons of “Home Improvement” before leaving to do “Baywatch”.
Her memoir is also expected to touch on the Hulu series “Pam and Tommy,” starring Lily James and Sebastian Stan and revolves around the leak of the couples’ sex tape.
Anderson also plans to retell the story on her own terms in an upcoming documentary on Netflix.
In a trailer for the documentary, she said she felt “sick” reliving the year 1996 – the year her sex tape with Lee was leaked -.
“I’ve blocked that stolen tape from my life in order to survive, and with it all popping up again I feel sick,” she says in the two-minute trailer for “Pamela: A Love Story,” due out Jan. 31.
With both her Netflix documentary and the release of her memoir, she hopes to “take control of the story for the first time.”
“Love, Pamela” will hit book shelves on January 31.