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EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Pamela Bach Hasselhoff Released From Jail Early; Goes Out Her First Night Of Freedom

May 13 2010, Published 10:26 a.m. ET

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David Hasselhoff's ex-wife, Pamela Bach Hasselhoff, tasted freedom Wednesday night for the first time in almost two weeks and went out to a pal's birthday party, confirmed. On April 23, the blonde beauty was sentenced to 90 days in jail for getting a DUI while she was already on probation.

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But, has learned that Pamela was only in jail for less than two weeks. She was taken to the Lynwood Detention Center on April 30-- that's the same jail where Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan served their time. The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department confirms that Hasselhoff was released sometime on Tuesday.

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Bach went to the trendy Hollywood club My House Wednesday night to celebrate her friend director Gregori J. Martin's birthday. She appeared happy and told she was having a "good time."

As first reported, the former Baywatch babe has been going to regular Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, and Pamela had voluntarily been wearing a SCRAM anklet that monitors alcohol use for the last four months.

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An eyewitness at the party says she was inside the VIP area, but Pamela wasn't drinking anything Wednesday night.

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She was in the club for about half an hour and left before 11 p.m. She told she had to wake up early on Thursday to take one of her daughter's to set of a TV show. And has learned exclusively that Pamela, herself, is the subject of a new reality TV show.



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