Pamela Anderson divorces fifth husband after one year of marriage
Thursday - 20/01/2022 19:19
Pamela Anderson has filed for divorce from her husband of one year, Dan Hayhurst, who she married after three months of dating.
Pamela Anderson and her husband, Dan Hayhurst, are divorcing after one year of marriage.
Rolling Stone reports the former Baywatch star is filing for divorce in her native Canada, where she and her now-estranged husband have been living since they wed on Christmas Eve 2020 in a ceremony at Anderson’s Vancouver Island home.
“Pamela loves as authentically as she lives,” a source told the publication, adding that the brief union was a “pandemic whirlwind” that petered out, NY Post reports.
This week, Anderson was photographed strolling around Malibu without her wedding ring.
“I decided to speak out because I want people to know that my almost five-year relationship, with three children involved, ended because of the affair Pam and Dan started while he was still with me,” Carey told The Sun after the marriage made headlines.
“It’s sad that people celebrate this and cheer them on, when it started with deceit, denials and life-shattering choices for all the people involved.”
“This is like the magic place to live, I guess. He was working here, and I got stuck here during Covid, and we stuck together, and we’re still stuck together,” she gushed.
“He’s the kind of guy I probably would have met if I would have stayed home and not went around the world and got crazy. I mean, I came home in one piece. It’s nice to be with, like, a real man who can actually change a light bulb.”
Anderson began dating Hayhurst after divorcing her Hollywood producer husband Jon Peters, to whom she was married for only 12 days.
The blonde bombshell was first married to Tommy Lee, with whom she shares sons Brandon, 25, and Dylan, 24. She then married and divorced Kid Rock in 2006.
She went on to marry music producer Rick Salomon twice, first in 2007, which ended with an annulment, and again in 2013. Anderson then married Peters in January 2020.
This story originally appeared on NY Post and was reproduced with permission