“She wanted to smash me”. When Adil Rami talks about the end of his relationship with Pamela Anderson, he doesn’t mince words. In a confession book which will appear on October 15, the footballer looks back on his tumultuous past alongside the American actress. Le Figaro was able to consult this work exclusively and reveals some extracts. These are taken up by our colleagues from Téléloisirs.
“Everything collapses while I am on the plane to Paris. When I turn on my cell phone, I have received more than a hundred messages and dozens of notifications…”, says Adil Rami in his book, according to French media. This moment designates the one when Adil Rami discovers, in the press, the accusations of his ex-partner. Pamela Anderson says that Adil Rami was violent towards her during their relationship. “He’s been very cruel to me sometimes. He grabbed my hair and threw me on the floor in Los Angeles last summer. (…) The previous summer he chased me all over Los Angeles and St. Tropez – this summer was the worst. He crushed both my hands. I had to go to the hospital (6 months later) because I was in great pain “, she testifies.
The grinding machine is running
Adil Rami confides that he was surprised by such accusations which deeply shocked him. “I’m in tatters. Feda, Samir, Nadia, mum’s tears, my friends, the press for my reaction. I walk like a zombie. The airport turns around. I’m a monster, an outcast, a filth. Adil Rami, polygamous footballer and aggressor. I would have hit her one evening in December? I would have broken her wrists? File a complaint, I beg you. Take me to court, please, “ he writes in his book.
The athlete refutes any accusation of violence and ensures that Pamela was injured during her participation in Dancing with the stars. She is said to be suffering from tendonitis. He pursues: “The grinding machine is on. But I’m not showing anything, I’m not defending myself, I’m not swinging anything. I could play it dirty, take responsibility for the carnage since it put my family in the storm, throw our sextapes, his emails, his poems, his crazy love texts which would atomize him in the media (…) “.