Pamela Bach, the ex-wife of David Hasselhoff, was senteced Friday to 90 days in jail, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Bach, 46, was sentenced to 30 days for a DUI charge she received last November. However, because...
Pamela Bach, David Hasselhoff
David Hasselhoff's ex-wife, Pamela Bach, was arrested on suspicion of DUI in Los Angeles, according to police records.
Bach was arrested at 8:03 p.m. Saturday in the west San Fernando Valley and was later booked at the Van Nuys police department. She was released ...
David Hasselhoff was taken to a hospital because of a reaction to prescription drugs, a rep for the actor said.
Hasselhoff was taken to the hospital late Sunday night after his daughter feared that he was extremely drunk, TMZ reported.
His daughter, Hayley, called her mother, Pamela Bach, claiming...
David Hasselhoff by Jesse Grant/WireImage.com, Pamela Bach by Jeff Vespa/WireImage.com
Doing her best to deflate reports that a post-divorce settlement was arrived at on Tuesday, Pamela Bach says nothing has been officially signed off on, if only because ex-hubby David Hasselhoff has been MIA at key confabs. "Although Pamela has been working hard to put this divorce behind her... since David was unavailable to attend Friday's conference meeting, an agreement was not signed," a rep for Bach tells Extra. "Despite published reports, a settlement has not been reached nor finalized. Once David returns from vacation and elects to attend the next scheduled meeting — to date, he has not been present at any — a settlement may be reached."Maybe KITT needs to track down and clue in the Hoff, who in his own statement yesterday said, "I'm pleased that everything has been resolved.... We are all moving on." Er, perhaps not.
David Hasselhoff by Trae Patton/NBC Photo
America's Got Talent judge David Hasselhoff emerged from a Friday court hearing having won a long-running, hotly contested and widely publicized battle with ex-wife Pamela Bach over custody of their two teenage daughters. As Hoff told reporters outside the closed hearing, "The judge said, 'Enough is enough. These children have been through enough.'"According to the AP, neither Bach nor her lawyer discussed the case as they exited the courtroom, citing a hush order from the judge.
David Hasselhoff video still courtesy Extra/Warner Bros.
While David Hasselhoff professes to be OK with the content of a video (seen here at ExtraTV.com) showing him on the floor of a hotel room, nearly incapacitated by the sauce "part of recovery is relapse," he explains the recovering alcoholic is pointing the finger at Pamela Bach for leaking the footage to TV and Internet outlets. The unsettling sequence, recorded by the Hoff's 16-year-old daughter with the purpose of showing Dad just how bad the bottle hits him, "was never meant to become public, but was obviously released by my estranged wife, who has her own agenda," the New York Post quotes the former Knight Rider as saying. In response, Bach's lawyer calls the accusation "kind of ridiculous."David, Alec: technology is not your friend. Be wary of electronics!
A judge has responded to claims of domestic violence by David Hasselhoff's soon-to-be ex-wife by ordering the Baywatch punch line to stay at least 100 yards away from his missus, Pamela Bach. A hearing has been scheduled for April 4 to determine whether the restraining order will be extended to three years. The estranged couple have two teenage daughters and one talking car.
David Hasselhoff and Pamela Bach
It looks like things might get a bit nasty in David Hasselhoff’s divorce from Pamela Bach, his wife of 16 years. In documents obtained by The Insider, the Baywatch alum's lawyer is looking to snuff Bach's bid to obtain some of her husband's medical records. (Although there are no details about the sought-after files, Hasselhoff has entered rehab for alcohol abuse on at least two occasions.) Isn't anyone worried about how all of this will affect not just the couple's two children but Hobie?