Pamela Anderson and Ricky Salomon are divorcing after six months of marriage. Anderson filed the paperwork on 3rd July citing irreconcilable differences".
Pamela Anderson is divorcing her fourth husband Ricky Salomon after six months of marriage.
Pamela Anderson and Ricky Salomon in Cannes in May.
The couple married on January 9th of this year and the divorce paperwork, according to E!, as filed on July 3rd. We're not sure what exactly went wrong with the marriage and the papers simply cite "irreconcilable differences" as the reason.
The couple had been married once before in 2007 but their marriage was annulled in 2008. They both have interesting romantic pasts with Anderson's husbands including Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee from 1996 to 2001. Anderson and Lee have two children together, sons Brandon and Dylan. Anderson then married Kid Rock in 2006 but they divorced the same year. Anderson appeared to have rekindled her relationship with Salomon in 2013 and announced the couple had married in January 2014.
Anderson in Cannes before she made her shocking speech in which she detailed sexual abuse.
Salomon was previously married twice to actresses Elizabeth Dally (1995-2000) and Shannon Doherty in 2009 (the marriage was annulled after nine months). Salomon has two children with Dally, Hunter and Tyler.
The divorce proceedings certainly come as a shock as less than two months ago Anderson was publically expressing her love for the 46-year-old film producer. At the event in Cannes, where she revealed she had been sexually abused as a child, Anderson said Salomon was "the only man (besides my boys) that I trust."
The couple were spotted together in public and were seemingly happy as recently as June. So is this merely another amicable divorce in which Anderson, as she did with Lee and Salmon the first time round, will continue to see her ex-husband on a regular basis?
The couple married in January 2014.
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