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"I asked her much later, 'Why didn't we work on our relationship more? 'I was pregnant the whole time.'"Lee admitted not being able to handle not getting as much attention from his wife as their two sons were getting."So, unable to step back and see the situation from any reasonable perspective, I turned into a whiny, needy little brat," he wrote.
"Maybe it was my way of becoming Pamela's third child, so I'd get the attention I needed, too.
Initially they filed a million lawsuit to try and stop whomever from profiting from it in any way, including wasn't accused of being involved in the theft and therefore was within its First Amendment rights to write about the tape, Pam and Tommy still held the copyright, it being their "intellectual property" and all, so legally the magazine—or anyone else—couldn't publish still photographs from the footage or sell copies of the tape itself.
Just months later, the newlyweds' lives would change forever when their disgruntled electrician, seeking revenge after getting fired from the reno job in progress on the Malibu mansion, stole a sex tape the couple made aboard a houseboat during a summer excursion to Lake Mead."We filmed everything…He grabbed her arm and as she as finally leaving the room he kicked her in the behind, he recalled, calling her a "f--king bitch." Brandon, then 1 1/2, witnessed a fair amount of this exchange.They were tussling over Brandon, Lee wrote, when Anderson fell over a kid-size chalkboard in the house, tearing a fingernail in the process.But we seem to have gotten through it, so I'm stoked.
We can now get on with our lives and enjoy each other with our kids."And perhaps all that reminiscing re-stoked the fire. "We're going to take things slowly and see where they go." (At the time, Anderson denied they were back together.)He added, "The boys miss Pam and me together. At the end of the day, that's truly what my heart wants.He claims he then took Brandon outside, which was why he was trying to take the boy's hand in the first place, and told the toddler that mom and dad loved him and they wouldn't fight like that anymore; then he went back inside and the cops were there. He ended up pleading no contest to felony spousal battery and, in May 1998, he was sentenced to six months in jail.