Pamela Anderson shocked her fans on Tuesday by announcing that she is quitting social media, adding a warning to her followers about Big Tech companies on her way out the door.
— Pamela Anderson (@pamfoundation) January 26, 2021 
Anderson Quits Social Media
Anderson, an actress and former Playboy model, revealed that she will no longer be posting on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
“This will be my last post on Instagram Twitter or Facebook,” Anderson, 53, wrote in an Instagram caption. “I’ve never been interested in social media And now that Im settled into the life Im genuinely inspired by reading and being in nature I am free.”
“Thanks for the love Blessings to you all,” she added. “Lets hope you find the strength and inspiration to follow your purpose and try not to be seduced by wasted time.”
“Thats what THEY want and can use to make money,” Anderson concluded, apparently referring to Big Tech. “Control over your brain.”
Anderson closed out her post with the hashtags: “#thebewilderedherd,” “#noInstagram,” “#notwitter,” “#nofacebook,” “#life,” “#freedom,” “#nature,” “#humanconnection,” “#intimacy,” “#love,” “#pamelaanderson.”
Anderson wrote all of this alongside a sultry throwback photo of herself.
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Anderson’s Fight For Julian Assange
The Independent  reported that Anderson has made headlines over the past year for her attempts to get former President Donald Trump to give a full pardon to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange before he left office.
Anderson went to visit Assange in a London prison in May of 2019. She said afterwards that it was “very difficult” to see him behind bars.
“He does not deserve to be in a supermax prison,” Anderson said. “He has never committed a violent act. He is an innocent person.”
Anderson was ultimately unsuccessful in convincing Trump to pardon Assange.
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Anderson’s Own Social Media Job
Last May, Anderson announced that she had taken a job as the creative director of a new social platform at Jasmin.com. This site reportedly allows users to “communicate directly with influencers and experts about topics like travel, fashion, dating, and relationships.”
“I love the concept, I love the idea of trying to connect people,” Anderson said at the time. “I feel like it’s one of those things where users and influencers can talk about anything and it’s direct communication looking into somebody’s eyes – I kind of take social media to another level.” However, it’s unclear if Anderson still works with Jasmin or not.
Anderson’s announcement that she is quitting Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook come after all three of these social media sites permanently banned Trump following the Capitol riots earlier this month.
It’s unclear if Trump’s banning had anything to do with Anderson’s decision to leave the social media platforms as well.