Pamela Anderson visited Julian Assange in London for at least the sixth time in five months, as rumours build that they are in a relationship.
The 50-year-old Baywatch actress and model is said to be dating the Wikileaks founder while he is stuck inside the Ecuadorean Embassy in Knightsbridge.
Assange, 45, is wanted for questioning in Sweden over a rape allegation from 2010, and has avoided extradition by living in the embassy since June 2012.
Anderson was yesterday seen bringing vegan cheeseburgers from the Mildreds chain to Assange, who has been holed up in the embassy for five years.
Anderson was first spotted at Assange’s residence in September 2014.
The meeting was set up for Anderson to try to persuade Assange to back her new foundation, which supports women who are victims of sexual abuse.
Most recently she was seen at Assange’s residence on January 21, a little over a month from the last time she saw him.
Anderson was seen bringing her rumoured beau dinner in December a few weeks before the Christmas holidays.
She walked into the Ecuadorean Embassy with a bag full of Whole Foods groceries. Anderson was seen visiting Assange on December 7 and December 12.
On November 13, Anderson was spotted bringing a tray of goodies into the Embassy as well.
Less than a month before that on October 15, she saw him again. This time, she brought him food from Pret A Manger. For a while, bizarre rumours swirled that Anderson had poisoned Assange.
Though it might seem like the actress and the hacker may not have much in common, they share a mutual appreciation for Russia.
In December, Anderson said she would love to become a Russian citizen.
She reportedly said: ‘I have a Canadian passport and an American passport. I would gladly have a Russian passport. It would be easier to get here.’
On Monday, Assange made a fresh appeal to the UK and Swedish authorities to ‘restore’ his liberty.
He has been living in self-imposed exile at the Ecuadorian Embassy, believing he will be extradited to the United States for questioning over the activities of WikiLeaks if he leaves.
He is also subject to a European Arrest Warrant over allegations he raped a woman in Sweden which could be enforced as soon as he steps out on to the street.
Assange has been living a cramped room at the diplomatic mission in Knightsbridge since June 19, 2012, after claiming asylum to avoid extradition over the allegations in Sweden.
The taxpayer-funded bill for police posted outside the building around the clock topped £12.5million before it came to an end last year.
Assange has refused to leave, saying he also fears extradition to the US to be quizzed for leaking secret military documents.
Assange denies claims he raped a woman at her home in August 2010 and believes the allegations are politically-motivated after WikiLeaks released covert files on the Afghanistan and Iraq wars.