Pamela Anderson doesn’t think Tim Allen had “bad intentions” when he allegedly flashed his penis at her on the “Home Improvement” set.
“Tim is a comedian, it’s his job to cross the line. I’m sure he had no bad intentions,” the actress wrote in a text message to Variety, per her cover story published Thursday.
“Times have changed, though,” the text continued. “I doubt anyone would try that post #MeToo. It’s a new world.”
Anderson, 55, claims in her “Love, Pamela” memoir, which hits bookstores Jan. 31, that she walked out of her dressing room on her first day of filming the ABC sitcom in 1991 to find Allen wearing a robe.
“He opened his robe and flashed me quickly — completely naked underneath,” the “Baywatch” alum writes.
When the comedian allegedly told Anderson that his exposure was “only fair” because he had seen her nude, most likely referencing her Playboy covers, she “laughed uncomfortably.”
Allen, 69, denied flashing the model in a statement to Variety last week.
“No, it never happened,” the “Last Man Standing” alum said. “I would never do such a thing.”
But on Tuesday, a throwback clip of Allen and his “Home Improvement” co-star Patricia Richardson went viral, in which the actor lifted his kilt in his TV wife’s direction.
Richardson, 71, subsequently clarified to TMZ that Allen was “well-dressed” in the blooper.
“I was just shocked that he lifted the kilt, not by a man in boxer shorts,” she said.
Allen isn’t the only A-lister featured in Anderson’s memoir, with stories about Jack Nicholson having a threesome at the Playboy Mansion and her “difficult” divorce from Tommy Lee already making headlines.
“Love, Pamela” comes out in the US on the same day that Anderson’s documentary, “Pamela, A Love Story,” premieres on Netflix.