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Pamela Anderson Sort of Ruined the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

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For the past couple of months, the ALS foundation has earned more than $70 million thanks to the ‘Ice Bucket Challenge.This stunt has become a thing of legend created to raise funds for and awareness of Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). 

Of course, Hollywood has broken out the flip cams in droves in hopes of getting 15 extra minutes of fame raising the bar and bringing in some coin for a great cause. ALS is getting the attention it deserves regardless of whatever lies in the hearts of these famous folks.

Unfortunately, serial B-lister and anti-fur advocate Pamela Anderson decided to steal the spotlight and make her own cause out of this cause. We wonder whether PETA is proud of this.

So, there she is, staring outside her front door wondering why no one cares about her any longer. Sure, Pamela Anderson is 47 years old — but the girl is used to a certain amount of drool…and she’s apparently a little miffed that TMZ stopped trolling her address.

And then, a brainstorm … or in this case, a slight drizzle. She turned down the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge because of animal testing.

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Now then, don’t we all feel better?

Apparently, Pamela Anderson thought this would be a great opportunity to inform her ‘fans’ about humans who have been unfruitful, and encourages her fans to “support charities that never harm animals and which pour their time and resources into advanced, promising, human-relevant cures.”

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That was fun while it lasted.

(H/T Daily Banter, HuffPo)

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