Pamela Anderson auctioning car for Haiti
Monday, January 23, 2012 » 11:04pm
Pamela Anderson is selling her car to raise money for Haiti.
The former 'Baywatch' actress is auctioning her 2007 Range Rover on auction website eBay in a bid to gain cash for Sean Penn's J/P Haitian Relief Organization, which is helping rebuild the nation after it suffered a devastating earthquake in 2012.
The automobile currently only has one bid of $29,999, but fans have three days left to enter an offer – and Pamela has promised she will hand the keys over to the successful bidder herself if over $50,000 has been raised.
Writing in a message accompanying the listing, she said: 'All I had to do was look in my perfectly groomed driveway to see I do not need two vehicles. I wanted to be able to share some of my comfort with those who have none.
'I hope we can raise a lot of money for this Range Rover. It has served me well over the years.'
She also admitted there was some minor 'wear and tear' to the car – which has 75,000 miles on the clock – due to her ex-husband Tommy Lee using it in the past.
She joked: 'few mild scratches in the driver's side seat due to lending it to Tommy for a month while his impala was in the shop – wallet chains reek havoc on soft interiors…;)(sic)'