Who is the most innocent actress

Pamela Anderson visits Julian Assange in prison

They have long been considered close friends: Pamela Anderson has now visited Julian Assange in a maximum security prison in London and was concerned about the prison conditions.

Ex- "Baywatch" star Pamela Anderson (51) visited WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange (47) in a prison in London. This is reported by the British "Daily Mirror". The Australian has been serving a 50-week prison sentence there since May 1 for violating his bail conditions in Great Britain. Anderson is considered one of the closest confidants of the WikiLeaks founder, who had spent the last seven years in the Ecuadorian embassy in London in asylum. She was the first person who, apart from his lawyers, was allowed to visit him. When she went to prison, the Canadian was wrapped in a blanket with political statements such as "kept in solitary confinement" or "free expression". She was accompanied by WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Kristinn Hrafnsson (56).

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The verdict against Assange had been widely criticized, including by the UN. He is now threatened with extradition to the USA. In front of the press, the actress expressed concern about the prison conditions. "He's a good person, an incredible person. I love him, [...]. It's an absolute shock that he can't get out of his cell," said Anderson. He does not deserve to sit in a maximum security prison because he has never resorted to violence and is innocent.

"The most innocent man in the world"

Anderson was visibly upset from his visit to Belmarsh Prison in southeast London. She later also spread a letter on Twitter in which she wrote: "Julian Assange is the most innocent person in the world, but he is treated like the most dangerous person in the world in order to turn him into a criminal."

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