Pamela Anderson tried to kill her babysitter after allegedly molesting her as a child, RadarOnline.com has learned. The Baywatch babe, 55, revealed she attempted to "stab" her female nanny "in the heart with a candy can pen."
Anderson dropped the bombshell revelation in her upcoming Netflix documentary, Pamela, a love story, which begins streaming on January 31.
“It was like three or four years of abuse,” Anderson said. “She always told me not to tell my parents. I tried to protect my brother from her."
She then detailed how desperate she had become.
“I tried to kill her — tried to stab her in the heart with a candy cane pen," the actress stated. Days later, the Playboy pinup revealed the babysitter died in a car accident.
“I told her I wanted her to die, and she died in a car accident the next day,” Anderson revealed, adding she still kept the alleged molestation to herself.
“I thought I’d killed her with my magical mind and I couldn’t tell anybody."
According to Anderson, she thought she'd be judged for wishing her nanny's death.
“I was sure that I did it, that I’d wished her dead and she died,” continued Anderson. “I lived with that the whole of my young life.”
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Sadly, that's not the only alleged sexual assault the model faced at a young age.
Later in the documentary, Anderson revealed she was reportedly raped by her 25-year-old neighbor at the age of 12.
She detailed the alleged assault, revealing, “[Me and a friend] went to a friend’s condo, she went upstairs with the guy she had a crush on.
“I started to play backgammon downstairs with his friend while I waited for her.”
Their friendly game quickly turned course.
“We played for a while until he said I looked like I needed a massage,” she recalled. “He was 25, I was 12. He raped me. I felt like it was my fault.”
Like her babysitter, Anderson kept the alleged assault a secret for years.