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Pamela Anderson was today described as a ‘turkey stuffed with silicon’ as the French launched a vicious attack on celebrity politics.
The 48-year-old former Baywatch actress angered some MPs when she appeared in the National Assembly in Paris to support a ban on force-feeding ducks and geese to make foie gras.
Many thought it was inappropriate for an unelected Canadian-American known for appearing nude in Playboy to be interfering in the democratic process.
Hugues Fourage, spokesman for the ruling Socialist Party, said: ‘Pamela Anderson’s visit gets on my nerves and I am fed up with it. It is political theatre.’
A spokesman for the CPNT pressure group (Hunting, Fishing, Nature and Traditions) meanwhile attacked Laurence Abeille, the ecologist deputy who invited Ms Anderson.