Pamela Anderson, who’s nuttier than Kim Jong-il on a peanut farm, has come under fire from America’s Child Labor Coalition for using a 9-year-old girl to hold up her typically classy dress at the Hollywood Style Awards.
Well, at least the little girl had sunglasses to protect her eyes in case anything, er, toxic emitted from underneath the dress.
Poor Adelaide Gault, the daughter of a make-up artist who was said to be working at the event, followed the actress around and even sat on the floor as Crazy Pammy took her seat near the catwalk.
According to reports, the audience physically gasped when Pam took to the stage, turned to the girl and patted her leg, shouting “daughter,” as if she were calling for a pet dog.
Clearly, the saline has seeped into her brain.
A source tells Page Six:
“She didn’t even have her own seat and had to sit at Pamela’s feet, where people nearly stepped on her to get to the stage. The girl looked uncomfortable and kept tugging on her dress to get her attention, but Pamela waved her away.”
Another guest adds, “Pamela was telling people it was her daughter. And, after she presented David LaChapelle with an award onstage, she shouted “daughter” in front of the whole auditorium, and slapped her leg like she was calling a puppy. The girl rushed up to grab her train.”
A spokesperson for America’s Child Labor Coalition has now called for investigation into how the 9-year-old came to be “working” as part of Pam’s entourage.
The rep says, “I would want to speak to the child to ask her if it is something she willingly did. Nine is very young, and an awards ceremony is a long time for a child to be out holding a dress.”
Ick. Seems like more of a job for my man Mike Rowe on “Dirty Jobs.”