Pamela Anderson’s son with ex-husband Tommy Lee wishes his mom profited off his parents’ famous sex tape.
“I wish she would have made the money,” Brandon Thomas Lee reportedly says in Anderson’s upcoming Netflix documentary “Pamela: A Love Story” (via The Sun).
“She would have made millions of dollars if she had just signed the paper.”
The 26-year-old adds, “Instead she sat back with nothing and watched her career fizzle into thin air. She was in debt most of her life.”
Brandon also reportedly recalls having to deal with mean comments from his peers when he was growing up and how defensive he would get.
“When I was a kid, I always thought that everyone knew things about me and my family that they really shouldn’t have known, and everyone had this dirty little secret about my family,” he says.
“I remember in school if anyone brought up my mum I would just fight. I was very quick to flush with anger.”
Their other son, Dylan, also talks about his parents’ sex tape, saying that his mom chose not to make money off the tape because she always put her family first.
“Things would have been different if she had made money on that tape,” Dylan, 25, reportedly says. “But people made millions of dollars and she was like ‘no’ because she 100 percent cared about her family being OK and me being OK.”
Anderson, now 55, allegedly explains in the doc that she would have never “monetized” the stolen tape, not even for a billion dollars.
The Playboy model and Lee filmed their sex tape shortly after getting married in 1995. The tape was then stolen from their safe by a worker doing renovations on their home and the video ended up being leaked on the internet without their permission.
Anderson tried to sue IEG for publishing the tape, but she and Tommy ultimately entered into a confidential settlement agreement with the video distribution company.
The “Baywatch” star’s tumultuous relationship with Tommy, 60, came to a head when lee served six months in jail for kicking her while she was holding their then-7-week-old son Dylan.
Anderson divorced the Mötley Crüe rocker in 1998.
Her Netflix doc as well as her memoir, “Love, Pamela,” both drop on Jan. 31.