Pamela Anderson Writes Bizarre Poem Defending Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange from 'Risk' Director Laura Poitras

Pamela Anderson Writes Bizarre Poem Defending Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange from 'Risk' Director Laura Poitras
Citizenfour director Laura Poitras has been promoting her follow-up film Risk, which takes a hard look at the life and work of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange. Along with the site's political clout, the film also depicts Assange as something of a misogynist. Now, Pamela Anderson has spoken out in defense of Assange.

Rather than release a simple statement, Anderson has taken a particularly esoteric route by sharing a long poem.

Titled We have more than - A "Romantic Life" - the bizarre bit of prose was published to Anderson's official website. The piece references rumours that the two are a romantic item, and includes a photo of the possible couple from David LaChapelle. 

Of the many strange passages, one stands out in particular as Anderson writes, "I don't think Wikileaks is sexist, I think it is intellectually elitist. / And, I have to say it a lot of this 'feminist' discussion is intellectually retarded."

Read the lengthy screed here [via Indiewire]. Risk opens in Toronto and Montreal on May 12.