Iconic US TV star Pamela Anderson has previously made numerous appeals to authorities to release Wikileaks founder Julian Assange during his asylum in the Ecuadorian embassy in London and since his incarceration in the United Kingdom.
Former actress and model Pamela Anderson has urged Donald Trump to pardon Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, posting a photo of herself in a scanty bikini on Twitter to get the attention of the sitting President.
The pic shows her also holding a sign stating, “Bring Julian Assange home Australia,” referencing his country of birth.
In another image, the whistleblower’s longtime friend is wearing what looks like a satin, long-sleeved wrap dress, holding a sign that reads, “I am Julian Assange”.
The ex-Baywatch star, 53, also tweeted the link to an online event launching a book of portraits of Assange supporters around the world on Monday.
The book, part of the Courage Foundation’s #WeAreMillions arts project, seeks to demonstrate global support for Assange, who was charged with conspiracy in trying to access a classified US government computer with former Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning in 2010.
The Twitter posts by Pamela Anderson follow a Thanksgiving call addressed to Trump to pardon Assange from Stella Morris, the whistleblower’s girlfriend and mother of their two sons.
Morris had posted a picture of herself with the two children, tweeting that they “needed their Father”. The move came after Trump had…