Pamela Anderson argued for controversy saying that the # MeToo movement "is too" because it "paralyzes men."
Movement # MeToo has reached a momentum in late 2017, after more women came out with accusations of a sexual assault against producer Harvei Veinstein, which has led many others to share their alleged experience with the sexual malevolent hands of other pigeons.
Many celebrities praised the movement and later the Time Time movement to clarify these issues, but former Baivatch Pamela rejected them because they believe they have gone too far.
"I am a feminist, but I think that this third wave of feminism is a disorder," she said in an Australian news release for 60 minutes. "I think it's paralyzing men. I think this is a MeToo movement for me too. I'm probably going to be killed because I say it."
The actress also called for some of the accusations about Veinstein, which led him to allegedly summon women to their hotel room for meetings. He denied all allegations of non-consensual sex.
"But my mother taught me, you're not going to a hotel with a stranger," she added. "If someone replies to the bathroom door and should be a business meeting, I might need to go with someone else.
"I think that some things are just common sense, or if you get in, take the job … I'm Canadian, I'll speak in my mind, okay?"
During the interview, the 51-year-old appealed to Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison to help release the Australian founder of VikiLeaks Julian Assange from the Ecuadorean Embassy in London, where he was granted 2012.
Asked about her relationship with him, Pamela, who is called starred Adil Rami, described it as a "romantic fight," but she added: "We do not have such a romantic relationship, but I feel very close to him. And I feel closer to him which has many people and believes me. "