Pamela Anderson is helping Justin Trudeau become a vegetarian

Pamela Anderson has helped Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau become a vegetarian.

The 48-year-old politician has invested $ 100 million in the vegetarian industry and has come forward to help the 'Baywatch' star now give up meat forever.

Peta's esteemed director, Pamela, wrote to the politician: "Sexuality is about coming out into the world and seeing the feelings of others, and there's nothing sexier than kindness. Another $ 100 million investment in Canada's mushroom plant is your most recent decision - based industries fit that description.

"Did you skip meat and dairy from your personal diet - I hope you do - I am honored to be your mentor and suggest some delicious, diverse vegetarian foods that are proudly produced in Canada."

"Let countless animals bear the terrible life and death," Anderson praised the Prime Minister of Canada.

The 52-year-old star wrote: “Your sole responsibility is not only to create good jobs for Canadians but also to give life and death to countless animals.

"As the COVID-19 points out the serious health risks associated with factory farms and slaughterhouses, the world needs clever leaders like you who are ready to adopt clean, compassionate, and intelligent food solutions."

Pamela has long fought for animal rights and has previously written to SeaWorld demanding the release of the killer whale.

The actress was determined to raise awareness of the creature's plight after being captured by the sea in 1969.

In his letter to CEO Gustavo Antorca, he wrote: "Dear Mr. Antorcha, as one of the honorary directors of PETA, I wish you the release of Orca SeaWorld Cork, which has been detained since 1987.

"She will always be on my mind when my July 1 birthday arrives. She and I are the same age, but as a child, she was pulled from her mother in the British Columbia seas - right there. The time I grew up on Vancouver Island."

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