Pamela Anderson is kicking out stepdaughters?

Pamela Anderson has allegedly ordered estranged husband Rick Salomon's daughters, Tyson and Hunter, to move out of her Los Angeles home immediately.

Pamela Anderson
Pamela Anderson

Pamela Anderson has allegedly ordered her stepdaughters to move out of her Los Angeles home.

The 'Baywatch' actress, who filed for divorce from Rick Salomon for the third time last week, reportedly called him in Las Vegas on Monday (16.02.15) and demanded he make alternative living arrangements for his daughters, Hunter, 18, and Tyson, 16, with ex-wife E.G. Daily, immediately.

A source close to Rick claims he begged the actress, who has sons Dylan, 16, and Brandon, 18, with ex-husband Tommy Lee, to give him a week or two so he could find a new place for his children to live, but she refused.

The insider told gossip website TMZ.com that Pamela is also kicking his Rottweiler, Bumblebee, out of her house.

A spokesperson for the 47-year-old star declined to comment.

The former Playboy model filed court documents seeking to end her marriage to Rick last week and requested spousal support.

The on-again, off-again couple first married in Las Vegas in October 2007, but annulled their union four months later.

They remarried in January 2013, but split again last summer before reuniting a few weeks later.

A source claimed at the time that Pamela was prepared to give Rick another chance if he curbed his wild partying.

The insider said: "Pam felt the only thing she could do at this point in her relationship and marriage to Rick was to file for divorce because of his wild partying.

"They love each other, but it's always a roller coaster with Pam and Rick. No one should be shocked if they reconcile."

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