The sale benefitted animal rights organisation PETA, of which Pamela is a dedicated and active supporter
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Fans eager to snap up some of Pamela's furniture had plenty to choose from, including these French country chairs
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Pamela Anderson has spring cleanout for a good cause

7 MAY 2008
Many people use the bank holiday weekend as the opportunity for a good clean out. And former Baywatch actress Pamela Anderson, it seems, is no exception.

Fans of the bubbly model flocked to a garage sale held by Pamela to offload the contents of one of her LA homes.

The sale, which will benefit animal rights organisation PETA - a cause close to her heart - revealed the Canadian-born actress has a good eye for interior dcor. Among the items on offer are 5,000 square feet of vintage French country furniture, fine porcelain, and elaborate chandeliers.

Those hoping to walk away with a memento of the 40-year-old's Baywatch days were not disappointed either. One of the more recognisable pieces on sale was a signed lifeguard's float used by the actress during her time on the show.

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