Friday, January 29, 2021

Pamela Anderson branded 'home wrecker' by new hubby's ex

Pamela Anderson's whirlwind romance and marriage to a builder she contracted to repair her Canadian home has broken up a family of five, his ex has claimed.

Anderson, 53, told DailyMailTV on Wednesday in a world exclusive interview that she had married Dan Hayhurst, 40 - her fifth husband.

But on Thursday Hayhurst's ex, named only as Carey, accused Anderson of being a 'home wrecker' in an interview with The Sun.

Anderson's wedding took place on Christmas Eve at her estate in the town of Ladysmith, on Vancouver Island.

'We're really happy. I'm happier than I've ever been,' Anderson told DailyMailTV.

'It's like full circle - coming home and falling in love with somebody who's pretty much exactly like me, you know, I think the rest of it was a dream.

'This seems more like reality and it's just a good feeling to be home and to be with someone that genuinely cares about me and for who I really am, who I think I am, you know, just like a girl, from the same area and we get along great.'

But Carey hit out at the star's version of events.

'This is not the lockdown love story which is being portrayed, it's all a facade,' she told The Sun.

'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.

'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.'

Carey told the paper that Hayhurst had been living with her, her daughter Denise, 21, and his two young children until the summer.

The pair never married, but Carey said they were in a committed relationship.

'We did everything together, like family vacations, family fishing trips, we worked on family projects together,' she said.

'It was always us.'

Carey and Hayhurst met five years ago on a dating app and first lived in the town of Squarmish before moving to Vancouver Island.


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