Pamela and Tommy were married from 1995 to 1998 and hit headlines when their sex tape was stolen from their home in 1995. She sued distribution company Internet Entertainment Group, but ultimately reached a deal with the group allowing them to give their subscribers access to the tape. Mother of two Pamela admitted in an interview last year though that she also has never actually seen the footage..
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