Pamela Anderson recalls discovering homeless woman had been living in her home for three days

Anderson claims the woman had taken her iconic Baywatch bathing suit when she was discovered in her guest house

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Pamela Anderson has recalled the terrifying moment she discovered an intruder had been living in her home for up to four days. 

The incident took place in 2001 as the actress and animal rights campaigner was at the height of her Baywatch fame. 

Speaking to Flaunt magazine from her house in Malibu, Anderson described coming home to find a homeless woman living in her guest house and wearing her iconic red swimsuit. 

“She had a letter that said ‘I’m not a lesbian I just want to touch you,’” Anderson recalled. “She got my bathing suit out of my room, I was there alone with two babies and I remember seeing a face in a window - isn’t it the scariest thing you can think of?

“I called security who couldn’t find her, and then she was in my house. Things kept going missing, where’s that loaf of bread, where’s my jean jacket, and I’d be like ‘am I going crazy?’ She was there for three or four days.”

Anderson said she now has one red swimsuit locked in a safe after letting the police keep the suit stolen during the incident. "When the police officer arrested her, they asked me if I wanted it back, and I said ‘no, no you can keep it.’”