Pamela Anderson has called on Julian Assange at the Ecuadorean Embassy in London, taking snacks and gifts to the WikiLeaks founder.

The former Baywatch star struck an unlikely friendship with Assange in 2014 after she was introduced by fashion designer Vivienne Westwood. She reportedly sought his advice about an animal charity she was setting up.

Heading into the embassy on Saturday she was seen clutching a copy of Westwood's published diaries called Get A Life.

She was also seen carrying a bag of food from Pret-a-Manger to the beleaguered Assange who has been holed up in the tiny embassy since 2012.


The 49-year-old, who wore a revealing grey dress for the encounter, visited Assange during a trip to the UK to promote her attempts to start a "sensual revolution" among couples in hopes of improving sex lives.

The former Playboy model went on British TV on Friday to attack online pornography.

"Have you ever been treated like a porn star in bed? It's no fun," Anderson opened up. "Slapped, hit, called names, spit on. That's sex these days."

Anderson is asking people to step away from porn and reconnect with each other.

"We're talking about the sensual revolution. Having intimacy and intimate relationship with so much better sex," she added. "We're not prudes. We're not talking about no sex. We want better sex."