In less than two weeks of not-so marital bliss, the 52-year-old Anderson announced that they have made a decision to "uncouple".
Less than two weeks after tying the knot, Pamela Anderson and Jon Peters have made a decision to "take some time apart". The actress took to social media to share the news with her followers and ask them for 'support'.
"I have been moved by the warm reception to Jon and my union", the actress and activist, 52, said in a statement to The Hollywood Reporter. In a statement to The Hollywood Reporter, Anderson said that the couple needs to "take some time apart to re-evaluate what we want from life and from one another".
On 20 January, the pair - who have both been married five times before - Wednesday during a private ceremony in Malibu after first dating over 30 years ago. He also spoke about her successful career - which included a starring role at Baywatch and multiple Playboy covers - but felt she had much more on the horizon. "I could have my pick, but - for 35 years - I've only wanted Pamela". She inspires me. I protect her and I treat her the way she deserves to be treated'.
After the wedding ceremony, the 74-year-old Peters told THR of his new bride: "Pamela has never seen her full potential as an artist".
"His life used to scare me". We understand and respect each other.
"Proof God has a plan". "She is heading back to her compound in Ladysmith, Canada, to be with her family". "She remembers him telling her 'in 30 years, our age difference won't mean so much, '" she tweeted, adding that he proposed again on January 20, 2020, and she accepted. It was Pammy. She was like 19. Pamela was a girl who with no make-up was gorgeous.
Anderson was previously married to Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee, with whom she has two adult children, and musician Kid Rock.