Pamela Anderson's boyfriend jealous of famous Australian

21st September 2017 11:25 AM
Adil Rami is wary of girlfriend Pamela Anderson’s crush.Source:Supplied
Adil Rami is wary of girlfriend Pamela Anderson’s crush.Source:Supplied

MARSEILLE defender Adil Rami is "terribly jealous" of girlfriend Pamela Anderson's relationship with Wikileaks chief Julian Assange, says the actress.

The former Baywatch star, 50, revealed on breakfast TV in England she "loves" Assange and that the pair are "very friendly", while finding his courage "sexy", The Sun reports.

Rami and Anderson were first spotted together back in June, while seen in St Tropez, France, after the 33-cap France international swapped Sevilla for Marseille.

 

 

Is love in the air between Pamela Anderson and Julian Assange?
Pamela Anderson finds Assange’s courage “sexy”.Source:News Limited

However, with speculation regarding Anderson and Assange still in full flow, Good Morning Britain host Piers Morgan grilled the animal rights campaigner on their relationship.

Yet the former glamour model shocked Morgan with her vague reply as she admitted: "Isn't it funny, everywhere I go I'm on a romantic adventure.

"We are friendly, yes - very friendly.

"I love Julian. He's one of the most interesting people I have ever met.

"He's very brave and there's nothing sexier than courage."

She then hinted they may at one point have been lovers, saying: "I wouldn't call it romance, I already have romance in my life. Can one man do it all?"

Marseille's defender Adil Rami, left, is a little jealous of Anderson's 'love' of Australian Julian Assange.
Marseille's defender Adil Rami, left, is a little jealous of Anderson's 'love' of Australian Julian Assange.

When pushed further about the difference between loving Wikileaks man Assange and being "in love" with him, Anderson replied: "In love with Julian?

"I love him, but I have a romantic partner."
She then quipped Rami is "terribly jealous", while adding: "I have an interesting life. I'm very happy in Europe."

Rami, 31, has played for a host of European giants, having turned out for Valencia, AC Milan, Sevilla and now Marseille in his 14-year career thus far.