The following item was published in yesterday's edition of The New York Daily News:Pamela Anderson says her new fianc, Kid Rock, was "completely devastated" when she told him she has hepatitis C. The VIP starlet, who asserted last month that she contracted the disease from a tattoo needle she shared with ex-husband Tommy Lee, tells Jane magazine: "I had to lock [Rock] in a rubber room for a week, 'cause he was just furious." Pam calls Lee's denial of his infection "slanderous." But you have to wonder how upfront she's been with her new lover. Though Anderson admits she's known she's had the disease "for years," her hubby-to-be has said he learned of her illness at the same time it was announced to the media. The Kid has apparently recovered from his shock, judging by reports of a rowdy engagement party he threw in Malibu for his future missus. Pam's man asked the nearly 100 guests to arrive bearing sex toys, producing an impressive array of sterling silver handcuffs and silk sheets, among other naughty gifts.
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