Pamela Anderson Is Great With Kids

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Pamela Anderson is under fire from child advocacy groups after she attended the Hollywood Life’s 6th Hollywood Style Awards this weekend and basically had a 9-year old girl as a servant. Page Six reports:

“People were genuinely shocked. She didn’t even have her own seat and had to sit at Pamela’s feet, where people nearly stepped on her to get to the stage. The girl looked uncomfortable and kept tugging on her dress to get her attention, but Pamela waved her away. “Pamela was telling people it was her daughter,” the attendee said. “And, after she presented David LaChapelle with an award onstage, she shouted ‘daughter’ in front of the whole auditorium, and slapped her leg like she was calling a puppy. The girl rushed up to grab her train.” Adelaide is the daughter of makeup artist to the stars Sharon Gault, who was believed to be at the event. But Adelaide looked nervous as she was forced to carry Anderson’s dress up the red carpet, then backstage, and when the star made a dramatic exit two hours later. A spokesman for the Child Labor Coalition said, “I would want to speak to the child to ask her if it is something she willingly did. Nine is very young, and an awards ceremony is a long time for a child to be out holding a dress.” Anderson’s agent, Chris Smith, didn’t get back to us.

I agree, Pamela needs to be questioned by the authorities, because all this little girl did was hold up her dress all night. Where’s the life lessons and character building in that? The little black kids I forced into my gang are all in the 4th grade, but they’re learning valuable marketable skills that they can use in the future to secure gainful employment. People just don’t kill themselves and give you their money you know, and I think that’s an important lesson for these kids to learn. And the explosive collars I put around their necks keeps them motivated and confident to keep striving for their next goal. And that’s what its all about, my friends. Children achieving their dreams.

Note: I’m not sure if you picked up on it yet, but seriously child advocacy groups? She was holding a dress for chrissakes, it’s not like she was in a gingerbread house being boiled in water.