Pamela Anderson has had such a tough few years that she’s planning to go back into therapy, the former Baywatch babe told The Sun.
The star — who was knocked off Britain's 'Dancing On Ice' Saturday night — admitted that she was left stressed and virtually penniless after building her dream home.
She was then given a further battering by the taxman who demanded thousands of dollars in unpaid taxes.
Pammi told TV Biz that she now plans to return to the long-standing shrink who she hasn’t seen for years.
“I haven’t been in a long time. I probably should go back. I’ve been working non-stop, digging myself out of a construction hole," she said. "The house just enveloped me financially and I didn’t know how to handle it. It happens to a lot of people in Hollywood.
Pamela also still owes the IRS $370,000, but said she was paying that off — albeit slowly.
“I’m paying that off monthly," she said. "I was in a bizarre situation with a former business manager. I don’t want to blame anyone. I want to put it behind me and move forward."
Anderson did blame herself for getting kicked off the ice skating show. Well, at least part of herself.
“I feel so bad for [skating partner] Matt [Everrs]," she said. "He should not be here. I stumbled, my dress... my boobs fell out. It happens. It’s common in my life.”