Pamela Anderson To Star With Ron Jeremy In 'The Adventures of Heidi's iHooha'

Written by Abel Rodriguez

Sunday, 20 April 2014


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Pamela recently said that all of her physical parts are just as sexy as they've always been.

WEST HOLLYWOOD - Left Coast Libido Films in association with G-Spot Pictures has just announced that Pamela Anderson will be starring with Ron Jeremy in Bandini Borrapelli's The Adventures of Heidi's iHooha.

Borrapelli recently appeared on The Gorgeous Gary Busey Show and said that he has been wanting to work with the lusciously lasvicious Pamela Anderson ever since she starred in Baywatch.

He told Gary Busey that even at the age of 46, Pamela is still one of Tinsel Town's most sexiest women.

Gary agreed adding that her puppies are still as pert as they were when she was in her early 20s.

Pamela was contacted by Bedroom Pillow Talk's Carolina Chipotle and said that it has been a dream of hers to work with the 61-year-old actor whom she considers to be the best X-rated film star in all of LaLaLand.

Ron has pointed out on several occasions that he feels great and he plans to make X-rated films until he's in his early 90s.

SIDENOTE: Miss Chipotle asked Pamela about the rumor that her and Ron had been intimate back in 1998. She paused for a few moments, sighed, grinned, and then replied, "Ahhh, no comment."

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