Tommy Lee’s wife Brittany Furlan addressed the mounting criticism aimed at her following the release of Pamela Anderson’s Netflix documentary, “Pamela: A Love Story.”
Furlan found herself in hot water this week after mocking the former “Baywatch” star.
Rushing to TikTok on Thursday, Furlan said she doesn’t “sweat” the small stuff, before gushing over her relationship with the Mötley Crüe rocker.
“I just wanted to come on here and let you know I’m OK because I know people have been checking on me, which is really nice, and I’m good, don’t worry,” Furlan said in a video shared with her 1.9 million followers on the platform.
“Don’t worry about the people that are saying all the mean things they’re saying. I don’t live in that world, so please don’t stress.”
Furlan, who married the “Kickstart My Heart” hitmaker in 2019, thanked those who have shown her love amid the criticism.
“We’re only here for a certain amount of time, so I don’t sweat the comments from people that don’t know me or my relationship or anything like that,” she continued.
“I love everyone that’s been really kind. I’m sending love to those who have been unkind because I think they probably need it.”
Furlan then addressed her marriage, saying she’s “lucky to have a really loving husband who honestly laughs all the stuff off and could care less.”
Furlan mocking Pamela Anderson on TikTok.tatyanaaaliyah47/tiktok
Furlan married the “Kickstart My Heart” hitmaker in 2019.GC Images
“So, don’t worry about anything, and thank you to everyone that’s been sticking up for me…I leave my comments open, if you feel like you wanna get it out and say something mean to me, go ahead, please,” she added.
Furlan received a wave of disapproving comments earlier this week after posting a TikTok video suggesting Anderson wouldn’t care if she died.
In the video, the 36-year-old used a “90s Pam Makeup” filter on herself and repeatedly said, “Oh, oh” in an unfazed manner while Lee sat next to her not paying attention.
Anderson skyrocketed to fame on “Baywatch” when it began airing in 1992.Getty Images
Anderson touches on her ill-fated marriage to Tommy Lee in her new Netflix documentary, “Pamela: A Love Story.”GC Images
“Pam if I died,” she wrote over the clip, which came after the release of Anderson’s documentary and her memoir, “Love, Pamela.”
After being slapped with a torrent of negative remarks, Furlan wrote, “Pls guys I gotta make jokes it’s how I cope,” before deleting the video altogether.
Prior to the now-deleted TikTok, Furlan posted another video in which she told fans that she was “OK” following the documentary’s release.
Anderson and Lee were married from 1995 to 1998.WireImage
“Thank you to everyone that’s been sticking up for me and stuff like that,” she said. “Don’t worry about anything.”
Anderson, 55, and Lee welcomed two sons — Brandon in 1996 and Dylan in 1997 — before divorcing in 1998 after a turbulent three-year marriage that involved their sex tape being stolen.
Anderson explained in her memoir that her split from the drummer was “the hardest, lowest, most difficult point of my life,” but she “had to protect my babies.”