Pamela Anderson Reportedly In Debt For More Than $1 Million

By Pamela Anderson's checks bounce and too
|  Friday, Sep 25, 2009  |  Updated 8:15 PM PDT
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Pam Anderson's Assets Shrink as $1M Debt Looms

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Pamela Anderson's chest isn't the only thing bouncing -- her checks are, too.

Last night, Pamela Anderson appeared footloose and fancy free as she strutted the runway in what appeared to be just a large scarf and hot pink thong at the Richie Rich collection show at Air New Zealand Fashion Week. But the former "Baywatch" babe is reportedly in real financial trouble.

Anderson allegedly owes over $1 million in construction debts.

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View the liens by clicking HERE.

The money is reportedly owed over back state taxes (to the tune of $252,360) and to construction companies that helped remodel her Malibu home, according to county records obtained by Access Hollywood.

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"A lot of people are owed a lot of money," Jay Bruder, boss of Bruder Construction, told Star magazine, which first reported the story.

Bruder filed a $674,043 lien against the star for "labor and materials and subcontractors to remodel main house, construct swimming pool [and] construct foundations for guest house," the lien claim reads.

Additionally, Boulevard Management filed a lien for $87,696 for unpaid bills and interest, and for construction work. Powerfull Electric filed a lien for $83,732. And finally, Pacific Coast Ironworks filed a lien for $29,015.

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Reps for Anderson were not immediately available for comment.

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