Pamela Anderson is making some bold claims about her treatment by the U.K. Prison Service.
The actress was set to reveal her accusations in a cancelled speech in Australia this week but the text of the speech was obtained by the Daily Mail.
According to Anderson, she and Julian Assange were threatened by the warden at the maximum-security prison where the WikiLeaks co-founder is being held.
“The warden stormed in and made it very clear to me that if I were going to be a problem — he’d make problems for Julian. It was a direct threat,” she claims.
A Prison Service spokesman responded to the accusation, telling the Daily Mail, “The Governor of HMP Belmarsh did not threaten Ms. Anderson or Mr. Assange.”
It was not clear from Anderson’s speech why the warden believed Anderson might cause trouble.
In her speech, Anderson also says of Assange during her visit, “What was abnormally out of character — he was looking to us like his life depended on us. He was looking to us for hope.”
She added, “When he is out of our sight he is in danger.”
ET Canada has reached out to Anderson’s rep for comment.