Pamela Anderson speaks out after visiting Julian Assange in prison
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Pamela Anderson fears for Assange's safety.
@60 Minutes Australia
It was a love triangle that the world's tabloid press could only have dreamt about. Sex, drugs, rock-'n'-roll, suicides and an orphaned child. But for Sir Bob Geldof, the visionary rock star behind the Live Aid concerts, it's all too real. When his adored wife, Paula Yates, ran off with Australian pop icon Michael Hutchence, their affair and tragic deaths left him angry, bitter and broken. He'd never spoken so frankly about that last phone call between him and Hutchence, nor so emotionally about raising Tiger Lily, the daughter Paula and Michael left behind, until this 2002 interview with Ray Martin.
Best known for her iconic role on “Baywatch,” Pamela Anderson opens up to Megyn Kelly on everything from the perils of being a woman in Hollywood to dealing with her trauma as a victim of childhood sexual abuse. She says people underestimate her: “If I form a complete sentence, I’m a genius.”
George Galloway comments on the resignation of Respect Party's Salma Yaqoob & the alleged rape allegations involving Julian Assange.
SHOWTIME Documentary Films presents RISK. Filmmaker Laura Poitras offers her commentary on WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's emergency call to Hillary Clinton's office.
@ABC News (Australia)
Julian Assange's conversations, including legally privileged meetings with Australian lawyers Geoffrey Robertson, Jennifer Robinson and Melinda Taylor, were secretly recorded inside his London embassy home.