David Hasselhoff, Pamela Bach Head Back to Court
October 26, 2006

One of Hollywood’s nastiest divorces of the year is heating up in court.

In new papers just released, David Hasselhoff accuses his estranged wife, Pamela Bach, of testing positive for cocaine in August, and being “intoxicated or on drugs” during a recent family gathering.

After being thrown into a whirlwind media circus when he filed divorce papers this summer, David told “Extra,” “Everything’s great. I’m happy I’m getting through all my personal stuff.”

But in the all-new court papers, there was a detailed taped phone call in which Pamela allegedly told David, “You’ve abused me, you’ve terrorized me.” She also accused The Hoff of infidelity.

On Thursday, Hasselhoff told “Extra” that the court mistakenly allowed the sensational files to be made public, and that he’s “greatly disturbed.”

 “It does get nasty and you’ve got to stay firmly grounded; you really do,” Bach recently told “Extra.”

On Thursday, Bach’s attorney said a more recent drug test showed Pamela was clean, adding, “Pamela has numerous allegations regarding physical and emotional abuse.”

But in this lethal game of he said, she said, both parties agree amicably on one thing: the welfare of their kids comes first.

“The divorce, it’s just like a dragon rearing its head, and nothing comes out but fire,” Pamela admitted. “As a man whose eyes I looked at for 17 years, it wasn’t all fire.”

While The Hoff and Pamela aren’t on speaking terms, she told “Extra” what she would tell him if she had the chance.

“I’ll always love you,” she answered.


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