Did Pamela Anderson Try to Poison Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange with a Vegan Meal?

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Chalk this one up to the very bizarre. Pamela Anderson was in London over the weekend and visited Wikileaks founder Julian Assange at the Ecuador Embassy, where he has been living for four years to avoid extradition to Sweden.

Here’s where it gets weird: According to Daily Mail, she likes him, wants him to be well, and so brought him vegan food because she was worried about his health. She joked with the Press Association afterward, “He said I tortured him with bringing him vegan food.”

On Sunday (Oct. 16, 2016), Julian Assange’s Internet link was cut, and three mysterious tweets were released on Wikileaks, leading many to speculate the famed whistle-blower was dead, probably poisoned by Anderson.

Yes, the conspiracy theorists all went there because Anderson is a liberal and clearly was sent to kill him by the Hillary Clinton campaign after all the emails Wikileaks has been dumping to try and discredit the Democratic presidential nominee (see a bunch of hilarious tweets here).

It was all cleared up by Monday morning (Oct. 17, 2016), with Assange alive and well, and Wikileaks tweeting, “Julian Assange’s internet link has been intentionally severed by a state party” meaning it was Ecuador’s fault for the break. WikiLeaks says they “have activated the appropriate contingency plans” as they try to restore his internet link.

Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, who was supposed to go with Anderson, revealed to Daily Mail that the Baywatch star had met with Assange to discuss a new trust she wants to set up.