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Pamela Anderson smiles during a news conference in Berlin on March 14, 2008.
updated 3/22/2008 10:26:43 AM ET 2008-03-22T14:26:43

Pamela Anderson's new husband — apparently a specialist in short relationships with celebrities — agrees that their two-month marriage should be voided, according to court papers filed Friday.

Rick Salomon agrees in papers responding to a filing by the "Baywatch" actress that the marriage should be annulled because of fraud, though neither set of documents elaborated.

Salomon did not ask for spousal support and asked that it not be awarded to Anderson.

A phone message left for Anderson's publicist was not immediately returned Friday.

Salomon is known for making a sex videotape with then-girlfriend Paris Hilton and was previously married to actress Shannen Doherty for nine months.

He and Anderson were married Oct. 6 in Las Vegas and separated Dec. 13.

Anderson, 40, was previously married to singer Kid Rock and Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee.

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