Fans Threatening to Boycott 'Pam and Tommy' as Pamela Anderson Feels 'Violated'
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Starring Lily James as Pamela and Sebastian Stan as Tommy Lee, the Hulu series is described as a comedy that chronichles the release of the then-couple's infamous sex tape back in 1995.

AceShowbiz - Hulu's "Pam & Tommy" has yet to premiere, but it has already received negative responses from fans. Fans are against the series, which centers on Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee's leaked sex tape, after the actress allegedly dispised the unauthorized series.

Ahead of the biopic's release, a source revealed to Entertainment Tonight that "the upcoming 'Pam & Tommy' Hulu series has been very painful for Pamela Anderson and for anyone that loves her." Of the series, which was greenlit without Pam's approval, the insider added, "It is shocking that this series is allowed to happen without her approval."

"Pamela has no regrets about her life," the source continued, "but the only thing she would probably erase is this burglary. She feels so violated to this day. It brings back a very painful time for her."

Fans, obviously, showed support for the "Baywatch" alum. "This is so messed up. how do you make a tv show 'about' someone's life who's alive without their consent," one person said.

"There's something vile about creating a biopic about someone who is still alive AND said multiple times that they didn't want the series made, like what happened to human decency," another fan tweeted.

While Pamela is against the series, Tommy appears to approve of the biopic. The Motley Crue drummer allegedly "feels fine about the series coming out and is excited to see it." The source added, "He still doesn't understand how this incident impacts Pamela differently from himself."

Starring Lily James as Pamela and Sebastian Stan as Tommy, "Pam & Tommy" is described as a comedy that chronichles the release of the then-couple's infamous sex tape back in 1995. Also starring on the series are Seth Rogen, Nick Offerman, Taylor Schilling, Andrew Dice Clay, Pepi Sonuga, Spencer Granese and Mozhan Marno.

The series premieres its first three episodes on Wednesday, February 2 on Hulu.

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