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San Jose Family Law Attorney Discusses Pamela Anderson’s Request for an Annulment Against Rick Salomon

San Jose Family Law Attorney Discusses Pamela Anderson’s Request for an Annulment Against Rick Salomon.

Former “Baywatch” star, Pamela Anderson, has filed court documents seeking to have her third marriage to Rick Salomon annulled on the grounds of fraud. The two were married on October 6, 2007 at the Mirage Hotel in Law Vegas, where Anderson had been performing alongside magician Hans Klok. Salomon is a professional poker player, best known for making a sex videotape with then-girlfriend Paris Hilton and was previously married to actress, Shannen Doherty. During an earlier appearance on “The Ellen Degeneres Show,” Anderson described how she had fallen in love with Salomon after they worked out a deal over a $250,000.00 gambling debt she had amassed. Specifically, Anderson stated she “paid off a poker debt with sexual favors” and fell in love.

News of problems in the union surfaced in December of last year when Anderson first filed a petition for dissolution of marriage, citing “irreconcilable differences” as the reason behind the split. However, just as quickly as the news happened, Anderson ended the divorce speculation by claiming the two were “working things out,” in a posting on her website. In her court papers for the annulment, Anderson requested that a retired judge handle the annulment proceedings; a common practice in celebrity split-ups as it keeps matters out of the court. Rumors are circling that Anderson may be pregnant with Salomon’s child. This is the third marriage for both parties; Anderson having been married to Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee, with whom she has two children, and singer Kid Rock.

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