Pamela Anderson, baywatched?

Tommy Lee's ex gets her own female stalker; Michael Jackson signs on as Uri Geller's best man; and Lara Flynn Boyle and Ren

Topics: Michael Jackson, Celebrity,

Tommy Lee may be drinking again, but it looks like his ex has an even bigger problem on her hands: a stalker with an apparent knack for trespassing.

Pamela Anderson got a special surprise visit from an obsessed female French fan at her Malibu, Calif., home over the weekend, City News Service reports.

Police arrested 27-year-old Christine Roth at about 10:50 a.m. Sunday after she was discovered inside Anderson’s house. Though Roth had no weapons, according to authorities, she was spotted on Anderson’s property a few weeks ago, confessed to being infatuated with the former “Baywatch” babe and is being held on stalking charges.

Anderson, who was home when Roth showed up, reportedly blew the whistle on Roth herself. According to Inside Edition, she told a 911 operator that an intruder was in her guest bedroom.

“Security measures were in place and she was arrested immediately,” Anderson’s publicist said in a statement. “We are hopeful that she will get the medical attention that she obviously needs.”

OK, but am I the only one wondering if, given Pam’s shakycam past, her people got the whole thing on video? Talk about stalk footage …

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Point …

“I do not promote breast jobs. But I am a believer in enhancing — putting a little padding in the bra.”

Lara Flynn Boyle on the joys of stuffing in Marie Claire.

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Hey, guess what? Psychic Uri Geller can not only bend spoons with his mind, he can bend Michael Jackson as well.

“He is very humble and shy,” Geller says of Jacko in an interview with the U.K. Telegraph. “When he walks into the room, he almost bows to me.”

Bowing aside, Jackson will stand up for Geller as his best man when the psychic and his wife renew their vows on Wednesday on the grounds of his estate outside London.

And while Geller calls Jackson’s wedding role a “spur of the moment” decision, the two men have been buddies for three and a half years. They met through Mohamed Fayed (owner of Harrods and father of the late Dodi) and bonded over spoon-bending.

“He wants to learn about the mysteries of the universe, and so do I,” Geller says.

They also have the universe’s ridicule in common. “People have said that my psychic powers are nonsense, that I use laser beams,” Geller tells the paper. “There is no doubt that all the allegations made against Michael are equally false.”

But even Geller admits that friendship has its limits. “As far as his face goes … I wish he wouldn’t do it,” he says of his buddy’s penchant for plastic surgery. “I have told him not to wear that mask, but there are some things you cannot say.”

Well, can’t he tell him telepathically?

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Counterpoint …

“In L.A., there is pressure to be a certain size and look a certain way. But I’ve never bought into that. I’ve always been boyish — I’ve never needed a bra.”

Renée Zellweger, embracing her boyish “girls,” as she calls them, in the Sunday Times of London.

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Kattan gets Maximally Mango

Will Chris Kattan win an award for most petulant comedian in “The First Annual 125th Maxim Awards”?

When the boobcentric magazine threw itself a party in Aspen, Colo., Friday night to celebrate the debut of its mock awards show, celebrity comedians like David Alan Grier, Darrell Hammond, Dave Foley, Dave Chappelle, Lewis Black, Janeane Garofalo and Cedric the Entertainer — all in town for the U.S. Comedy Arts Festival — showed up.

But it was Kattan who caught partygoers’ attention by trying hardest to impress the party’s waitresses, who were clad in Heidi/Swiss milkmaid attire. According to one witness, Kattan hung around well after the party broke up at 2 a.m. in hopes of taking his favorite “Heidi” girl dancing at a club.

But when the waitress couldn’t find her regular clothes to change into and kept the “Saturday Night Live” comedian waiting, Kattan “stormed out” in a serious huff. (“Heidi” did eventually manage to find her missing pants — in the sleeve of her jacket, natch — and joined Kattan mid-boogie.)

Sounds like a snit-fit worthy of Kattan’s diva-esque alter ego … Mango.

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