That’s a long, long swim to the shallow end of the dating pool.
It appears that in just four months, Jon Peters went from being married to Pamela Anderson — arguably one of the most-desired women of the 20th century — to trawling for dates on low-rent “sugar baby” site SeekingArrangement.
The “Baywatch” star, 53, wed veteran Hollywood producer Peters, 75, in Malibu, Calif., back in January, but they split after 12 days — with sources telling Page Six at the time that she got spooked because he tried to take control of her career and finances right after the marriage. Peters denied the claim and told us that she actually dumped him after he paid off $200,000 of her debt.
(The “Superman Returns” producer, meanwhile, had been engaged to another woman when, he claims, Anderson proposed to him.)
Now spies have sent us a SeekingArrangement profile that purports to belong to Peters. It reads, “I’m an academy award winning producer looking for some [sic] to be part of all my wild adventures. I’m ready to love, spoil and treat you like my queen.”
It’s unclear whether the profile actually belongs to him, and a rep for Peters didn’t get back to us.
(We were unable to find any instance of Peters having won an Academy Award, although 2018’s “A Star Is Born” — which he produced — was nominated for a Best Picture Oscar.)
The profile — which features a picture of Peters wearing aviators — appears to have been created on April 17, a matter of weeks after his relationship with Anderson fell apart.
The user has “diamond member” status. While a rep for SeekingArrangement said they wouldn’t comment on specific members, they told us that diamond membership demonstrated to sugar babies that the user is “serious” about forming “partnerships” on the site — because they care enough to cough up a $250-a-month fee.
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