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Pamela Anderson: "I Paid a Poker Debt with Sexual Favors and Fell in Love"

Appearing on Wednesday's Ellen DeGeneres Show, Pamela Anderson not only claimed she doesn't know why exes Kid Rock and Tommy Lee traded blows at Sunday's VMAs and shared that Tommy earlier that night gave her a spanking, but also revealed that she has found new love, this time by settling a gambling debt with some T, A and who knows what else.Never naming the gent at hand, Pam said, "I was playing poker one night... and I was down about 250 grand. He said if I made out with him, that would clear the [bet]." Yada, yada, yada... "I paid off a poker debt with sexual favors and I fell in love. It's so romantic." Tale as old as time, yes.The Las Vegas Review-Journal specs that Pam's man is Antonio "The Magician" Esfandiari, Hans Klok's assistant in the Strip's "The Beauty of Magic" show (though it sounds like he himself made Pammy's pants disappear).

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Appearing on Wednesday's Ellen DeGeneres Show, Pamela Anderson not only claimed she doesn't know why exes Kid Rock and Tommy Lee traded blows at Sunday's VMAs and shared that Tommy earlier that night gave her a spanking, but also revealed that she has found new love, this time by settling a gambling debt with some T, A and who knows what else.
Never naming the gent at hand, Pam said, "I was playing poker one night... and I was down about 250 grand. He said if I made out with him, that would clear the [bet]." Yada, yada, yada... "I paid off a poker debt with sexual favors and I fell in love. It's so romantic." Tale as old as time, yes.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal specs that Pam's man is Antonio "The Magician" Esfandiari, Hans Klok's assistant in the Strip's "The Beauty of Magic" show (though it sounds like he himself made Pammy's pants disappear).