Pamela Anderson Says She Made 'Not One Dollar' on Sex Tape

"Baywatch" star also revealed she hopes to be cured of her Hepatitis C soon.

— -- Pamela Anderson has never seen the infamous sex tape she made with then-husband Tommy Lee.

"I have never watched it," the "Baywatch" star told Andy Cohen on his show "Watch What Happens Live" on Thursday.

Moreover, she never made any money from the leaked tape.

"Not one dollar. It was stolen property," she explained to Cohen. "We made a deal to stop all the shenanigans because I was seven months pregnant with Dylan and I felt it was affecting the pregnancy with all of the stress."

She continued, "I said I am not going to court any more, I am not being deposed any more by these horny, weird lawyer men, I don't want to talk about my vagina anymore or public sex, or anything."

The couple even turned down a million-dollar offer from Penthouse founder Bob Guccione.

"It was already out at that time, the damage was done so we said, no way, we are not getting involved in that," she told Cohen.

The 48-year-old star also revealed that she is hoping to be free of Hepatitis C by November.

Anderson first went public in 2002 with news that she had contracted the disease.

After other treatments failed, she is now halfway through a new course of FDA-approved drugs that has given her new hope.

"I am taking medicine right now, they have come up with a cure," she told Cohen. "I am almost half way through and by November first, I should be cured -- a 98 percent chance."