from The Mind Unleashed:
“The warden stormed in and made it very clear to me, that if I were going to be a problem—he’d make problems for Julian. It was a direct threat.”
Pamela Anderson, actress, model, and longtime friend of Julian Assange, says she was threatened by a warden while visiting the high security prison where Assange is currently being held.
According to the Daily Mail, Anderson had planned to go public with her story of what happened that day during a speech she planned to give in Canberra, Australia, but pulled out of the planned event due to a scheduling conflict.
Anderson was in Australia, Assange’s home country, to urge Prime Minister Scott Morrison to intervene for her friend. Morrison responded to Anderson via letter that was published by the Australian. In it the prime minister said Australia’s government could continue to monitor the case but that “beyond providing consular assistance…Australia has no standing and is unable to intervene in Mr Assange’s legal proceedings.”
A transcript of what would have been Anderson’s speech directed toward Australian officials, was obtained by the Mail.
In it the 52-year-old model revealed that near the end of her meeting with Assange at Belmarsh, “The warden stormed in and made it very clear to me, that if I were going to be a problem—he’d make problems for Julian. It was a direct threat.”
The transcript also details that Anderson was “scared and stressed” when she and WikiLeaks editor Kristinn Hrafnsson visited Assange at the U.K.’s Belmarsh high security prison for the first time but that the jailed journalist was “clean shaven” with “bright” eyes.
“He was ready to fight—smart/clever as always. His mind working fast.
But what was abnormally out of character—he was looking to us like his life depended on us. He was looking to us for hope.”
According to the transcript, Anderson’s feelings of “hope” soon vanished when the warden—or “governor” in the UK—barged in only “minutes before our time was up.”
She maintains that Assange, 48, is “is in danger,” explaining: