Pamela Anderson accuses ‘monster’ Adil Rami after split

first_imgPamela Anderson has accused Adil Rami of being a “monster” as she announced in an Instagram post that she and the Marseille defender have broken up.The France international had been dating the former Baywatch actress, supermodel and political and animal rights activist for over two years.But the 51-year-old has hit out at Rami publicly, claiming he is a narcissist and revealing that she is heartbroken after accusing him of cheating on her.  Editors’ Picks ‘There is no creativity’ – Can Solskjaer get Man Utd scoring freely again? ‘Everyone legged it on to the pitch!’ – How Foden went from Man City superfan to future superstar Emery out of jail – for now – as brilliant Pepe papers over Arsenal’s cracks What is Manchester United’s ownership situation and how would Kevin Glazer’s sale of shares affect the club? “It’s hard to accept,” she wrote on an Instagram post. “The last (more than) 2 years of my life have been a big lie. I was scammed, led to believe… we were in “big love”?“I’m devastated to find out in the last few days. That he was living a double life. “He used to joke about other players  who had girlfriends down the street in apartments close to their wives. He called those men monsters. But this is worse. He lied to all. “How is it possible to control two women’s hearts and minds like this – I’m sure there were others. “He is the monster. How could I have helped so many people @[National Domestic Violence Hotline] and not be wise enough or able to help myself.”Anderson then followed the caption up with a series of comments, expanding on what she claims happened between her and Rami and saying that he is insecure.”Narcissists don’t change. Sociopaths don’t change. I will run for my life – I have always fought for truth and justice. – this is my worst nightmare – I was not a very jealous person before I met him. I’m happy to know the truth. But it hurts like hell. “I’m glad I spoke to his ex. My God. He lied to her about [it] all too. She’s also in shock and is very sad. It’s the evidence I needed to move on. He can’t hurt us more. He warned me that all the tabloids in France are his and his sisters’ friends? They control all – So my last note is here on Instagram.”She added: “I don’t think I’ll recover easily from this. I am not a stupid girl. I felt many times his lies, his excuses. But we were together every day – unless I went away to work.”This was always hard because he did not trust me? He was very insecure? He wanted me next to him always – or video every location I was?, with who? I learned to accept this as normal. And even found myself asking him the same ridiculous questions?”But she has alleged that she is scared of the defender, who she says has gone to great lengths to try to get her back.”I will leave France now. He has tried all – He has sent flowers, letters – I did not accept,” one of her comments said.”He showed up to my hotel. Security took him away. I have a body guard because he scares me. He has hurt me and threatened me many times. Some knew all along. “[Photographer and director] David Lachapelle told me from the beginning that he was a liar. That he was not to be trusted. “He told him to his face and looked at me and said. Pamela this is a fling. Don’t get your heart involved. I didn’t listen. I was not allowed to see David more after this. He cut my ‘crazy’ friends one by one out of my life.”He should not be the face of protecting women from domestic violence. Or protecting women at all. He did this to improve image – only. He has no respect for any woman but his mother. And he lies to her too – they all lie.  It’s very painful. I’m so, so sad. I will feel my feelings and move on.”Rami has yet to respond to the claims made by Anderson.last_img read more

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UN steps up police presence in troubled province of DR Congo following

The police presence of the Mission (MONUC) was reinforced at the weekend as two UN multi-disciplinary teams arrived to investigate the circumstances around the violence in the province and the city of Matadi, UN spokesperson Michele Montas told reporters today.Those teams will examine security issues and also the humanitarian needs of those injured or otherwise affected by the violence.MONUC said it was deplorable that local police in Bas-Congo, in the far west of the vast country, had told the public that UN troops were responsible, and added that such misinformation had led angry youths to stone two UN vehicles earlier today.MONUC has overseen the DRC’s transition from a six-year civil war that cost 4 million lives in fighting and attendant hunger and disease, widely considered the most lethal conflict since World War II, to gradual stabilization, culminating in the first democratic elections in over four decades last year, the largest and most complex polls the UN has ever helped to organize.More recently it has been concerned with violence in the DRC’s far east, where certain army elements continue to harass and terrorize civilians while renegade forces who refuse to join in the demobilization and reintegration process have engaged in rape and other human rights abuses.The Secretary-General’s Special Representative William Lacy Swing voiced grave concern about what he called mounting evidence that Congolese security forces had conducted serious human rights abuses. 5 February 2007The United Nations peacekeeping mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) has deployed an additional police unit in the troubled province of Bas-Congo, where more than 70 people were reportedly killed last week amid violent clashes following controversial local elections. read more

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