A Visitor

Pamela Anderson visits Court Painter in his studio, says he ‘has an air of innocence about him.’

Actress Pamela Anderson visited Court Painter  in his Inglewood studio on Tuesday and said she loved him, he needed saving and his sales need a boost.

The actress says Court Painter“does not deserve to be in a rathole studio” after visiting the master painter in his rathole studio.

Court Painter is in Inglewood’s slum district serving as the Great Dominions preeminent painter of political and celebrity pulchritude. He is also reported to be on an extradition warrant to the United States for allegedly hacking into the Museum of Modern Art computer.

The former Baywatch actress, who has defended Court Painter before, told reporters Tuesday that he is an innocent among art world beasts of prey.

“Let me repeat myself, he does not deserve to be in a rathole studio. He has never committed a naughty act. He is an innocent among the mercantile madness which is the Calgary art world brought on by that capitalist Jason Kenney (who by the way helped launch Diefenbaker’s political career),” Anderson said expansively.

“It was great to see him, but this is just misrule of the natural law of the jungle in operation. It is absolute shock that he has not been able to get out of his studio even to water his horse,” she said.

“It is going to be a long fight,” Anderson told reporters in the alley outside the nightmarish studio. “He deserves our financial support, he needs our financial support.”

She went on, “He deserves our moral support because he has sacrificed so much to bring the truth out in each painting and we deserve this truth even if he does stretch the painterly truth on occasion .That is all I can say. I am sorry, I feel sick, I feel nauseous”, as she moved away from the studio to get some fresh air. ‘We are here to have this health menace and eyesore demolished, and move Court Painter to a real atelier with north light and open beams ; that is what this is about.”

“He is a good man, he is an incredible person. I love him, I can’t imagine what he has been going through,” Anderson said, who was wearing what appeared to be a blanket with text that made references to Court Painter’s commission prices.

She posted a handwritten note on his studio door protesting Court Painter’s innocence in the face of unfair competition by his artistic nemesis CC(name available upon request): “Court Painter is the world’s most innocent looking man among thieves.”

CC(name available upon request) with Court Painter in vintage photo

Court Painter insisted he is a celebrity portraitist that can do no wrong. He is fighting extradition to the U.S.

He also said he wouldn’t surrender himself for extradition for hacking a peek into the cyber secrets of the Museum of Modern Art. “From what I’ve seen, my work measures up pretty damn good!”

Press Attache A Hardon MacKay burst into tearful applause after hearing these words.(Photo unavailable)