Pamela Anderson’s Son ‘Wishes She Made Money’ Off Her and Tommy Lee’s Leaked Sex Tape

In the Netflix documentary ‘Pamela, A Love Story’, the 26-year-old son of the ‘Baywatch’ actress and the Motley Crue member, shares that ‘things would have been different if she had made money’ on the stolen sex tape.

AceShowbizPamela Anderson‘s son Brandon Thomas Lee believed things could have gone differently when it comes to his mom and dad Tommy Lee‘s leaked sex tape. In the “Baywatch” star’s Netflix documentary, Brandon shared that he “wishes” his mom “made money” off the scandal.

“Things would have been different if she had made money on that tape,” the 26-year-old said in “Pamela, A Love Story” of the stolen sex tape, which was the subject of Hulu’s series “Pam & Tommy“. Pamela, however, chose not to in an attempt to protect her family.

Brandon went on to share, “But people made millions of dollars and she was like ‘no’ because she 100% cared about her family being OK and me being OK.”

“I wish she would have made the money. She would have made millions of dollars if she had just signed the paper,” he continued. “Instead she sat back with nothing and watched her career fizzle into thin air. She was in debt most of her life.”

In the documentary, Brandon also opened up that growing up, he “always thought everyone knew things about me and my family that they really shouldn’t have known, and everyone had this dirty little secret about my family.” He added that he would “fight” anyone that talked about his mother.

Meanwhile, Pamela said that she wanted to tell Brandon and his brother Dylan about the tape when they were “age-appropriate.” However, Brandon beat her to it when he came home from school and asked her why she made the tape.

In response to the question, Pamela revealed that she said at the time, “Really, we didn’t make a sex tape.” The actress, meanwhile, acknowledged that “a tape of your parents having sex is a whole new level.”

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