Pamela Anderson has filed for divorce from her celebutante husband Rick Salomon, according to reports.
The former Baywatch star first married Salomon in 2007, and the couple remained together for less than ten weeks before she filed for an annulment, citing fraud.
But in January this year the 47-year-old revealed that they had remarried on an unspecified date.
Now Pamela is calling time the relationship once again, TMZ reported.
Relations have obviously deteriorated between the two since the blonde bombshell first confirmed their reunion.
"Yes. We're very happy,” she told E! News at the start of the year. "Our families are very happy and that's all that matters."
The couple were spotted getting cosy on holiday in France last October. During their break Pamela was pictured topless, showing she was still comfortable enough around her then-ex to bare all.
During an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show shortly after the vacation the star gave the audience an update on their situation.
"I say we're best friends with benefits. I don't want to meet anyone else," she said.
"It's recycling! No, I'm very happy. We're happy. He's a great guy."
Pamela was also married to Tommy Lee from 1995 through 1998 and Kid Rock from 2006 to 2007. Rick was married to actress Shannen Doherty in 2002 and voice-over actress Elizabeth Daily from 1995 to 2000. He also starred in the infamous sex tape with Paris Hilton, called One Night in Paris.
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