Wednesday, 22 February 2017

Pamela Anderson Says She Would Stand By Men ‘Falsely Accused Of Rape’

Pamela Anderson

Assange, who founded Wikileaks, is facing rape allegations in Sweden and is currently seeking refuge in the Ecuadorian embassy in London.

His position in the embassy is becoming increasingly untenable, however, as Ecuadorian leaders warn him not to interfere in the politics of countries with which they have friendly relations.

They are referring directly to the part WikiLeaks’ played in releasing compromising emails sent by Democrats working for Hillary Clinton. As a result, the site was accused of backing Donald Trump, who was eventually elected.

Speaking to RT’s Afshin Rattansi at a Vivienne Westwood event for climate change awareness, Anderson said she wanted to support men she claimed were ‘victims’ of ‘false rape allegations’.

She then added that she thought Sweden’s rape laws were ‘too progressive’.

‘Sweden has these very progressive laws against sexual crimes, whatever you want to call it,’ she said. ‘It’s almost too progressive, it’s almost paralysing.

‘I’m going to actually start campaigning for men who have been victims of being accused of rape when they haven’t actually done anything.’

Anderson’s friendship with Assange first came to light when she was seen visiting the Ecuadorian embassy last year.

Commenting on the accusations against the Wikileaks founder, she said: ‘When you read the actual case, and you read everything about it, there’s no crime that’s been committed.’

She also claimed that Sweden ‘doesn’t really know what to do’, and that ‘there are also a lot of men who are in a vulnerable situation, and [are being] politically bullied’.

Anderson is a survivor of childhood rape and abuse.



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