Ex-Playboy model Pamela Anderson calls for ride-hail app reform
She's a former Playboy Playmate of the Month, a Baywatch star and now a proponent of ride-hail app reform.
Pamela Anderson starred in a PSA released Wednesday to promote more stringent vetting of drivers who are employed by ride-hail app services.
In the video Anderson says "you can't always vet the driver you are using, but the service you are using should," as she questions her potential drivers.
The video comes from the The National Limousine Association's Ride Responsibly™ initiative and the National Sexual Violence Resource Center in response to "an alarming number of alleged sexual assaults involving ride-hail app drivers."
In the 70s themed game show, Anderson asks "ride-hail app drivers" questions pertaining to background checks and drug tests to which the two game show contestants give inadequate responses.
Finally, Anderson gets to the "non-ride-hail app driver" and the driver answers his question flawlessly.
The PSA has some calling Anderson "anti-Uber."
The commercial comes after Anderson came out against the creation of products that use animal fur and championed an anti-porn campaign.