Pamela Anderson breaks Santa’s heart in viral video: ‘Christmas is over’

Pamela Anderson has always been a heartbreaker.

The ‘Baywatch’ daughter, 55, was seen dispatching Santa Claus in a new video posted to Instagram on Christmas Day.

In the clip – a collaboration with French fashion brand Jacquemus – Anderson struts down a flight of stairs while dragging a dead Christmas tree behind her.

The beauty, dressed in a tight dress and a huge feathered fringed hat, is greeted by Santa Claus, who is standing on the stairs and speaking French.

“Christmas is over, Santa!” Anderson says sensually to St. Nick, as she tugs at his beard and sends him falling backwards.

The star then smiles and blows a kiss at the camera, knowing that even Santa isn’t immune to her sex appeal.

Pamela Anderson tugged on Santa’s fake beard and sent him falling backwards.

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In the clip – a collaboration with French fashion label Jacquemus – Anderson is seen strutting down a flight of stairs as she drags a dead Christmas tree behind her.


Anderson wore the same all-white outfit to the Jacquemus Le Raphia show in Le Bourget, France on Dec. 12, with fans calling it “iconic” and “wonderful” in the comments section below the video.

The clip also garnered supportive responses from Anderson’s two adult sons, whom she shares with her ex-husband, Tommy Lee.

“Ha that’s awesome,” replied Dylan Jagger Lee, 24, below the images. His son Brandon Thomas Lee, 26, also chimed in, writing, “Sick!”

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Anderson posted the sultry video on Christmas Day.

The music video caps off a busy year for Anderson who made headlines following the release of “Pam & Tommy” in February.

The Hulu miniseries – in which Anderson is played by Lily James – revolves around the leaked sex tape she made with Lee in the 1990s.

Meanwhile, Anderson is set to tell her own side of the controversial tape’s story in an upcoming Netflix documentary.

“Pamela Anderson is ready to tell her story in a new documentary” the official Netflix Twitter account announced in March, with the special set releasing on the streamer early next year.

“My life,” read a note in the ad. “A thousand imperfections, a million misconceptions… I can only surprise you – not a victim, but a survivor and alive to tell the real story.”

Meanwhile, Anderson also made her Broadway debut as Roxie Hart in the musical “Chicago.” His run ran from April 12 to June 5 and will also be featured in the Netflix doc.


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