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Pamela Anderson Banned Media from Attending Her European Striptease Debut

February 14, 2008 (2:33 am) GMT
Pamela Anderson is reported to have banned media from attending her European striptease debut at the Crazy Horse cabaret in Paris, set for February 14.
Pamela Anderson

Bad news for the press. has issued Valentine's Day press ban, it has been reported.

The busty blonde actress, best known for her role as Casey Jean 'C.J.' Parker in TV series "Baywatch", reportedly has banned photographers and other members of the media from attending her European striptease debut at the Crazy Horse cabaret in Paris.

Is set to take the stage at the famed Parisian cabaret club for Valentine's Day, about to perform four performances at the celebrated club on February 13 and 14, Pammy is determined to keep pictures of her sexy routine out of the press and has insisted the club enforces a strict door policy, refusing entry to journalists and photographers.

The Crazy Horse cabaret's management said no journalists or photographers would be allowed in "on the request of Pamela Anderson". No further explanation being given though.

Following in the footsteps of other prominent female stars to perform at the Crazy Horse recently, including burlesque star and French actress Arielle Dombasle, Pammy will be dancing to the well known rock song "Harley Davidson" which was written for by Serge Gainsbourg.

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