Pamela Anderson cuts a sophisticated figure as she brings MORE snacks to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange... after he joked that her vegan treats were 'torture'
She struck up a friendship with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in 2014, when she sought his advice on her animal rights charity.
And it seems Pamela Anderson's bond with the Australian journalist is stronger than ever as she visited him laden with snacks at the Ecuadorian embassy in London on Sunday, despite previously saying that her vegan treats were 'torture' to him.
The Baywatch star, 49, wore a form-fitting yellow knit dress for the trip to the embassy, where Julian has been hiding since 2012 to avoid a rape investigation in Sweden.
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How thoughtful: Pamela Anderson, 49, visited WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange at the Ecuadorian embassy laden with snacks
The former Playboy model showcased her youthful physique in the skintight lemon yellow dress, which she teamed with nude patent courts.
Wrapping up against the November chill, she slung a long-line camel coat over her shoulder and shielded her eyes with square frame shades.
Her trademark blonde locks were styled in a sleek shape and she plumped her pout with a taupe lipgloss.
The mother-of-two's arms were kept full, as she juggled a straw bag, coffee shop carrier bag and a tray laden with treats like fruit salad and vegetarian burgers.
Who knew they were friends? The Baywatch star wore a form-fitting yellow knit dress for the trip to the embassy, where Julian has been hiding since 2012 to avoid a rape investigation in Sweden
Don't drop it! The mother-of-two's arms were kept full, as she juggled a straw bag, coffee shop carrier bag and a tray laden with treats like fruit salad and vegetarian burgers
Pamela set up The Pamela Anderson Foundation at the start of 2014 with the goal of using her celebrity to help environmental causes and to protect vulnerable people and animals.
Since then she has raised awareness for organisations such as PETA and Mercy For Animals, and joined initiatives that seek to protect the Arctic, halt deforestation and speak out against the force feeding of ducks and geese, a practice used in the production of foie gras.
In August 2014 fashion designer and activist Vivienne Westwood introduced Pamela to Julian.
Unlikely pals: In August 2014 fashion designer and activist Vivienne Westwood introduced Pamela to Julian and said they 'got on very well'
Speaking to The Mail On Sunday shortly after the meeting, the fashion designer explained the meeting of minds.
'I was supposed to take Pamela to see Julian in the embassy but she got the date wrong, so she went on her own the day after me. She told me afterwards that they got on very well.
'Julian was just brilliant... Pamela's trying to help people with her new trust and he gave her some ideas on how to do that.'
It comes as bizarre rumors spread that Mr Assange may have died after a visit from Pamela in October.
The blonde bombshell walked into the Ecuadorian embassy in London clutching bags from Pret A Manger.
Worried: After her last visit in October, the former Playboy model said the WikiLeaks founder was doing 'really well' but expressed concern for him and his family
She said afterwards she was worried for his health and when a series of mysterious tweets were sent by WikiLeaks on Sunday his fans feared that he had perished after eating her food.
Assange, 45, who has been hiding in the London embassy since 2012 to avoid sex crime allegations in Sweden, is alive and well according to the embassy and now appears to be the victim of a cyber attack.
At 6.30am this morning WikiLeaks tweeted: 'Julian Assange's internet link has been intentionally severed by a state party', with conspiracy theorists claiming that it is linked to John Kerry's visit to London to meet Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.
WikiLeaks say they 'have activated the appropriate contingency plans' as they try to restore his internet link.
In her hands were two bags from Pret, a popular sandwich shop chain based in the UK. Anderson, an advocate for animals' rights, later said that she brought Assange 'a nice vegan lunch'.
Controversy: Julian has been living in the embassy for over four years to avoid sex crime allegations in Sweden and has been granted political asylum by Ecuador
'He said I tortured him with bringing him vegan food,' she then joked.
The former Playboy model said the WikiLeaks founder was doing 'really well' but expressed concern for him and his family.
The Australian has been living in the embassy for over four years and has been granted political asylum by Ecuador.
He is due to be questioned over a sex allegation in Sweden - which he denies. Mr Assange believes that if he goes to Sweden he will be extradited to the United States for questioning over the activities of WikiLeaks.
The ex-Baywatch star told the Press Association: 'I really believe in him and think he's a good person, and I'm concerned about his health, his family, and I just hope that by some miracle he's set free.'
Bizarre rumors had spread that Mr Assange may have died after a visit from Pamela in October - the embassy confirmed he wasn't
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