American-Canadian actress Pamela Anderson opened up about the ongoing #MeToo movement, which, she felt, was "a bit too much" for a feminist like her.
After acknowledging the seriousness of the matter, the former 'Baywatch' star branded it as the third wave of feminism and called it a "bore" that "paralyses men."
"Feminism can go too far. I'm a feminist, but I think that this third wave of feminism is a bore. I think it paralyses men. I think that this #MeToo movement is just a bit too much for me, I'm sorry. I'll probably get killed for saying that, " E!Online quoted Anderson's statement on 60 Minutes Australia.
Anderson, however, was undeterred by the possibility of being labeled anti-#MeToo and doubled down on her controversial comments, going as far as to suggest that those who encountered the likes of producer Harvey Weinstein boiled down to a lack of common sense.
The #MeToo movement has been gaining momentum all over the world and many stars have opened up about their sexual harassment stories against various producers, directors, and actors.