"Borat" reason for Pam and Kid's divorce
www.chinaview.cn 2006-11-29 15:09:36

    BEIJING, Nov. 29 (Xinhuanet) -- According to a report in the New York Post, the straw that broke the back of Pamela Anderson and Kid Rock's marriage was the movie "Borat."

    Rock and Anderson were invited to a private screening of the box office hit at Universal Studio chief Ron Meyer's house two weeks ago and Rock was not a happy camper after viewing his wife's on-screen performance, according to an inside source.

    The film depicts a fictional Kazakh reporter, Borat Sagdiyev, who falls in love with Anderson and travels across America to find her and make Anderson his wife.

    The New York Post's Page Six quoted the source as revealing "Bob started screaming at Pam, saying she had humiliated herself and telling her, 'You're nothing but a whore! You're a slut! How could you do that movie?' -- in front of everyone. It was very embarrassing."

    The quote continues "Pam thought he could have a sense of humor about the movie. She was in on the gag from the very beginning and loved doing the movie. And on the eve of what was supposed to be a very positive thing, he made it an awful night."

    Page Six's source was quoted as saying, "Ever since that night, it has been icicles between them, Bob is just a very unhappy and angry man. Pam is very disenchanted and sad. You know, there are reasons why she never married him before. Those reasons disappeared while they were together on a boat in St. Tropez, but she knows now that they never went away. The reality is he is an insecure, angry man."

    Rock and Anderson began dating as early as 2000, though in 2002, Anderson and Ritchie became engaged, only to call it off in 2003. They reunited earlier this year, becoming engaged and getting married this summer.

    (Agencies)

Editor: Gareth Dodd
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