Adil Rami bragged about having sex with Pamela Anderson 12 times a day during his ill-fated relationship with the former Baywatch star, a team-mate of the former France defender from his brief time in Russia has said.
Rami and Anderson seemed infatuated with each other before their relationship of more than two years ended acrimoniously last summer, frequently demonstrating their passion through smitten social media posts and public declarations of love.
The member of the victorious French squad at the 2018 World Cup in Russia was forced to deny accusations that he had cheated on and abused the actress and model when they split, but the 34-year-old spoke glowingly about his sex life with Anderson earlier this year, according to one of his former team-mates.
“Rami told us a lot of interesting things about Pamela,” Aleksandr Kokorin, who trained alongside the center-back at Russian Premier League side Sochi, reportedly told former Ukraine midfielder Oleksandr Aliyev in an interview.
“Naturally, everyone was interested in how she was in bed. He said that she was the best woman in his life.
“He said that he and Pamela had 12 times a night. I was not even ashamed to share such information.”
Ardent activist Anderson alleged that Adil had been violent towards her in a heartbroken Instagram post announcing their breakup and the details of an apparent email exchange with the mother of his two-year-old twins, claiming that he had led a “double life” and that her time with him had been a “big lie.”
In one of the exchanges posted by Anderson, Rami’s former partner, Sidonie Biemont, appeared to say that he had told her his relationship with the American was purely platonic.
Rami responded with a post of his own alleging that Anderson had been behind French anti-domestic violence charity Solidarite Femmes’ decision to drop him as an ambassador.
He added: “If she wanted to hurt me, she chose very well. She knows that my commitment to the cause of violence against women is something very important for me.”
Rami was at French club Marseille while he was with Anderson but was sacked for gross misconduct in August 2019. He played one game for Turkish side Fenerbahce before moving to Sochi in February, leaving the club without making an appearance at the end of last month following a dispute over his contract and pay.