Put your right foot in divorce court, put your left foot in reunion-ville – PAMELA ANDERSON’s hoochie koochie hokey pokey with ex-non-ex RICK SALMOMON.
Was it cheaper to keep her, Rick? That’s what pals are asking hotshot poker player Rick Salomon after he and wife Pamela Anderson apparently called off their divorce!
The on-again, off-again couple looked very cozy while sunbathing in Sardinia, Italy, before jetting off to Copenhagen in late July.
The lovey-dovey trip came after Salomon, 46, won a sweet $2.8 million with a fourth-place finish at the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas on June 29 – and the ex-“Baywatch” sexpot, 47, filed for divorce on July 3.
Sources say the couple don’t have a prenup, and if that’s true, Salomon could be on the hook for a bundle if they split.
He’s also raked in millions with the sex tape, “1 Night in Paris,” that he made with ex-gal pal Paris Hilton – and Pamela takes direct aim at his bank account in her divorce suit.
According to her divorce filing: “The nature and extent of separate property assets and debts are unknown to Petitioner at the time. Petitioner asks leave of court to amend this Petition when same is ascertained.”
Meanwhile, a source close to the couple told The ENQUIRER, “They didn’t sign a prenup, and as soon as Pam filed for divorce, Rick promised he wouldn’t party as much.
“Pam is no saint either, and loves to have a good time.
“They’d been fighting in the days leading up to her decision to file for divorce. She’d tossed Rick out of the house, and changed the locks.
“They’re both very passionate and fight all the time.
“Then they end up in the sack having torrid make-up sex!”
The couple annulled their first marriage in 2007 after just two months, and tied the knot a second time on January 9.
As of two years ago, Pam owed the state of California $524,241 in unpaid taxes, and last year was forced to put her Malibu mansion on the market for $7.75 million.
The source said, “For now their divorce is on hold, but Rick and Pamela will probably break up and get back together a dozen more times.”