Rumor Has It That Tim Allen May Feel That “Conservative Beliefs” Are Behind Pamela Anderson’s Accusations of Home Improvement


Tim Allen and Pamela Anderson have been a bit busy back and forth after the actress said in her recently released memoir, “With Love, Pamela,” that the comedian showed her his penis during their days at home improvement. Allen flatly denied the accusations, saying he “would never do that.” However, after Anderson doubled down on the claims, sources say the “Santa Claus” star believes politics can play a role, and there are rumors that he told people he was targeted in Hollywood because of his conservative views.

Pamela Anderson played Lisa for two seasons in the ABC sitcom Home Improvement, which began filming in 1991. allegedly, they are trying to get it canceled because of his political beliefs. According to Radar Online:

Tim tells his buddies that he is being bullied because of his conservative beliefs.

The insider also claims that Tim Allen was already worried about the future of his career before the flickering accusations, claiming he thought politics played a role in the cancellation of “Last Survivor.” Some fans of the actor believe that his conservative beliefs also played a role in him being replaced in the Toy Story franchise when Chris Evans took on the role of Buzz Lightyear in last year’s spin-off prequel “Lightyear.”

There is no real evidence to support these claims—since the film was billed as the story that inspired Tim Allen to create the Buzz Lightyear toy—but that didn’t stop Allen from expressing his opinion about the film or his “Home Improvement” co-star Patricia Heaton from saying (twice) in defense of Allen.

Patricia Heaton also weighed in on the flash situation after a clip surfaced in which the male lead lifts the kilt that his character was wearing in front of her during a video with a gaffe that played during the final credits of the episode. Although the two situations are not comparable, Pamela Anderson’s statements certainly gave a new perspective on the conclusion; however, Heaton downplayed the significance of this point, saying that she was shocked that he lifted his kilt but was wearing boxers.

One person who believes implicitly in the “Rescuers of Malibu” graduate is Ryan White, the director of her new Netflix documentary “Pamela, a Love Story,” who said he was not surprised that Tim Allen and Sylvester Stallone refuted the allegations made in her book. He said Pamela Anderson was honest “to the point of refusal” and that he was willing to put his money on everything she said.

In fact, she doubled down on the vivid story in an interview promoting “With Love, Pamela,” insisting that she does not hold a grudge against Tim Allen and is sure that he has no bad intentions. However, Pamela Anderson said after #MeToo that she didn’t think he or anyone else would have done it.

Meanwhile, the Galaxy Quest star called Pamela Anderson a “good girl,” but tried to discredit her memories of the events that she claimed happened on the set of “Home Improvement,” saying that “everyone at ABC is a little disappointed in her… memory, so to speak.” Only time will tell how this situation will develop in this situation and whether Tim Allen himself will comment on how his policy plays a role in this issue.

Pamela Anderson’s memoir “Love, Pamela” is already available for purchase, and you can watch her documentary “Pamela, a Love Story” on a Netflix subscription. Also don’t forget to check out what else is coming soon on Netflix.


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