Pamela Anderson’s Third Attempt to Divorce Rick Salomon
Pamela Anderson made one of her first public outings since filing for divorce from husband Rick Salomon for the third time. The actress took her 18-year old son, Brandon Lee, as her date to the premiere of The Gunman.
After only a few months, Anderson and Salomon annulled their first marriage in 2007. They reconciled in 2014 and six months later, Anderson filed for divorce. She had her petition dismissed, before changing her mind in February when she again filed for divorce.
Anderson and Salomon’s divorce has been rocky. Anderson has made claim that one of the reasons she is leaving Salomon is that they are incompatible sexually and she is bored. You might recall that Anderson (and her then-husband Tommy Lee) was one of the first stars to have a sex tape leaked to the internet. Salomon also has a famous sex tape as he is the co-star of One Night In Paris tape that is credited with making Paris Hilton famous.
To further complicate matters, Salomon has had success as a poker player. In fact, he won $40 million last year! Anderson claims he is not being honest regarding his earnings. Anderson is seeking to have their divorce finalized in California so she can gain from his winnings, while Salomon seeks to have a Nevada annulment terminate their marriage. Anderson claims Salomon is not a valid Nevada resident and he only bought a house there because the state has no income tax.
Salomon has made it apparent that he does not want to pay alimony or split any of his assets with Anderson. According to CelebrityNetworth.com, Salomon is worth an estimated $16 million, which is more than three times Anderson’s estimated net worth.
We will continue to monitor Pamela Anderson’s divorce and the potential alimony battle that seems to be brewing. If you are facing divorce or you have other family law needs, our legal team is here to help. Contact the Men’s Divorce Law Firm to schedule a consultation with a caring professional, and aggressive advocate for men’s rights in divorce, child timesharing (custody), and paternity matters.