Brittany Furlan slammed for TikTok mocking Pamela Anderson
Tommy Lee’s wife is being slammed over a TikTok video she posted that suggested Pamela Anderson wouldn’t care if she died.
In the video, Brittany Furlan used a “90s Pam Makeup” filter on herself and repeatedly said, “Oh, oh” in an unfazed manner while Lee sat next to her not paying attention.
“Pam if I died,” she wrote over the clip, which came after the release of the “Baywatch” alum’s Netflix documentary, “Pamela: A Love Story,” and her memoir, “Love, Pamela.”
In an attempt to mitigate the criticism, Furlan captioned the video, “Pls guys I gotta make jokes it’s how I cope.”
The former Vine personality obviously couldn’t “cope” with the criticism, as she quickly deleted the TikTok post — but not before other users screen-recorded and re-shared it, which quickly prompted fans to call out Furlan for being “disrespectful.”
“Pam even said on Howard Stern that she respects their marriage and she’s happy that he’s happy,” one TikTok user wrote. “She had nothing but nice things to say.”
“Pam has been nothing but respectful to her,” another commented. “This is so uncalled for.”
“It’s also interesting after all of the meaningful things said in the documentary this is her reaction,” a third viewer observed.
“Even if she’s ‘joking’ that doesn’t give her the right to say horrible things like that,” another wrote. “Not only could hurt Pam’s feelings but also Tommy’s kids?”
Neither Furlan, 36, nor Lee, 60, has addressed the backlash.
Prior to the now-deleted TikTok, Furlan, who wed the Mötley Crüe drummer in 2019, posted another video in which she told fans that she was “OK” following the documentary’s release.
“Thank you to everyone that’s been sticking up for me and stuff like that,” she said. “Don’t worry about anything.”
Anderson, 55, and Lee welcomed two sons — Brandon in 1996 and Dylan in 1997 — before divorcing in 1998 after a chaotic three-year marriage that involved their sex tape being stolen, physical abuse and substance abuse.
The model-actress explained in her memoir that her split from the musician was “the hardest, lowest, most difficult point of [her] life,” but she “had to protect [her] babies.”
Following the release, Anderson acknowledged in an interview with WSJ. Magazine that Furlan wouldn’t be too thrilled with her book, as it dove deep into her love story with the rocker.
“I’m sure it’s going to be annoying to his wife,” the former Playboy Playmate admitted. “I’d be annoyed.”