That’s not the case, if David Hasselhoff’s wife Pamela Bach is to be believed. Their divorce proceedings are less than two months old, and ugly rumours of wife-beating are starting to arise – Pamela has applied for a temporary restraining order on the grounds of domestic violence.
Divorces are never easy at the best of times – the realisation that
everlasting love has gone sour can make people act in many unexpected
ways. And that’s just the people who aren’t David Hasselhoff (DVDs), who filed
from divorce from his wife Pamela Bach in January.
We’d have thought the extent of David’s emotional outbursts during
divorce proceedings would have stopped at Dave hopping inside KITT and making it do doughnuts on the drive while he kicked back with a can
of Special Brew, but Pamela is claiming something much darker –
according to reports, she’s filed for a court order on a claim of
domestic violence by David Hasselhoff, although
Hasselhoff’s publicist denies that David was ever violent towards Pamela.
Bach also asked for a temporary restraining order against
Hasselhoff, but the judge at their private hearing rejected the
request, saying that Pamela and David should just stay away from each
other by themselves. David Hasselhoff’s lawyer Melvin Goldman said:
"The court indicated that she should stay where she is, and he should stay where he is."
We have to admit that the thought of David Hasselhoff using violence on another person confuses us slightly. After all, if he can make people leap out of windows just by harnessing power of his mind, why would he ever want to hit anyone?
[story by Stuart Heritage]