Pamela Anderson, whose on-again-off-again relationship with former film producer Rick Salomon has included a wedding, an annulment, another wedding and a recent divorce filing, appears to be on again.
Former "Baywatch" star Anderson, 47, has asked a judge to dismiss her July 3 filing for divorce, People magazine said Tuesday, citing court records it obtained. The new petition was filed on Aug. 21, the magazine said.
Anderson and Salomon, her third husband, had wed in October 2007 at Las Vegas' Mirage Hotel. That December, however, she filed for divorce in Los Angeles County Superior Court, and on Feb. 22, 2008, withdrew that petition to ask instead for an annulment. It was granted that March 24. According to the Judicial Council of California, an annulment means "your marriage or domestic partnership never happened because it was never legal."
In January, Anderson revealed she and Salomon had remarried at an unspecified date. She had said earlier that they had reconciled, telling talk-show host Ellen DeGeneres in October 2013, "I say we're best friends . . . with benefits."
Anderson had married Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee in February 1995 after a courtship of just four days. The couple had two children, sons Brandon and Dylan, but in March 1998, Anderson filed for divorce. The two later reconciled but did not remarry and broke up again in 2001. She married singer Kid Rock in July 2006, but filed for divorce that November.
Salomon has two children with his ex-wife, vocal artist E.G. Daily. His subsequent 2002 marriage to actress Shannen Doherty was annulled after nine months.