Pamela Anderson posts tribute to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange after court win

Pamela Anderson posted a tribute to her “dear friend” Julian Assange on Monday to celebrate his pivotal court victory against extradition to the US.

“A special sunrise for my dear friend #JulianAssange,” the 53-year-old former “Baywatch” star wrote alongside a nine-second clip of her panning over the ocean.

“Stay tuned, the fight is not over – but, a hopeful moment to breathe in,” she added in her post just hours after a UK judge refused to extradite the WikiLeaks founder to the US over suicide fears.

“I can only imagine Julian (in court, still in that mask), taking that breath,” she wrote of her one-time rumored boyfriend who was facing up to 175 years in prison on espionage charges if extradited.

Anderson also shared a video to her Instagram stories in which WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Kristinn Hrafnsson spoke outside the London court.

“What a moment, a glimpse of hope to start the new year, and hopefully a new era,” Hrafnsson said, calling for pressure to get the US government “to drop the appeal.”

Anderson -- a longtime supporter of Assange who has visited him in prison -- made a last-minute appeal over the weekend for a presidential pardon, telling The Post that the case is “simply a criminalization of a free press.”



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