Pamela Anderson has unveiled plans to sell all of her old outfits, including her iconic Baywatch red swimsuit.
The actress, model and media personality told People in a statement that she wants to "make room" for her "new life" by selling off her fashion archive, and is planning to part with "truly all of it".
"I don't like to waste. Better to clear my mind, clear my closet. Make room for this new life. I can't wait to see others enjoy these pieces," she said.
"My style has undoubtedly changed over the years, and it thrills me to think others will find the joy I did. There's no reason to hang on to it. These memories are made to share."
She says she will sell the clothes through her website in a "thoughtful" and "sentimental" way, although there is no timeframe for that as of yet.
Earlier this year, Netflix premiered a documentary about Anderson that went hugely in-depth into her life and the ups and downs of her career. She provided her diary entries to show how she was feeling during some of the most talked-about times of her life (despite her involvement with the documentary, she has stated she has no intention of watching it).
Although it goes into great detail, Pamela: A Love Story leaves out one key relationship, that of her short marriage to Hollywood producer Jon Peters, which self-titles it a "bizarre theatrical lunch".
However, her short marriage to Tommy Lee and all subsequent events related to a leaked sex tape was explored in a dedicated dramatisation Pam and Tommy last year.
Pamela, A Love Story is available to stream on Netflix now, while Pam & Tommy is available on Disney+. An autobiography titled Love, Pamela was also released earlier in the year. Episodes of Baywatch can be streamed on ITVX and Amazon's Freevee.
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