Pamela Anderson and Jon Peters‘ 12 day marriages is one of the biggest enigmas of all celebrity relationships. So many “hows?” and even more “whys?” surrounding it. Perhaps even more confusing than why they got together is why they split. Anderson and Peters have been giving separate stories since the split. Up until this point, they have been putting the blame on each other. According to HollywoodLife, Anderson is now indirectly admitting to some of her faults in the relationship.
Anderson posted a poetic quote in the spirit of Valentine’s Day that involves taking the blame opposed to blaming others. Her tweet read, “‘You see if you put the blame on another, there is nothing you can do.
I preferred to take the blame, because that also means that one can act,
and it’s such a relief from passivity,
from being the victim.’ #anaisnin #valentinesday ❤️” She seems to be taking on the blame for her wrongdoings in her relationship with Peters.
She has also previously tweeted about how she believes she isn’t a good wife.
“I only wanted to be married once … doesn’t everyone?” Anderson wrote on February 8th. “I have a beautiful family, I am a good mom… just not a great wife — can’t have it all.”
“I’m not an easy wife,” she wrote in a followup tweet.
“We are all getting our share in this crazy world. As long as we are wrestling we are alive. As long as we recognize insanity we are sane,” Anderson wrote in a separate Instagram post.
It is better to be betrayed than not to trust, better to be disappointed than not to love. Don’t ever run from pain, just face it allow it to be and it will pass. And we will have grown to the next level.”
From Anderson’s perspective, the relationship ended because she felt they had rushed into things.
“[Pamela] needed some time to think about everything, as she realized she should’ve slowed down when first diving into things,” they explained to HollywoodLife. “The door isn’t closed forever, but she needs time to process what’s best for her and her life.”
She had even called him “too controlling.” Peters, however, claims that Anderson was the one who made the relationship complicated after he paid off her $200K debt.
“Needless to say that when she texted me that she wanted to get married, it was kind of a dream come true even though I was engaged to someone else and the lady was moving in,’’ Peters wrote to Page Six.
“I dropped everything for Pam. She had almost $200,000 in bills and no way to pay it so I paid it and this is the thanks I get. There’s no fool like an old fool.’’