Bullock’s Husband Jesse James Reaches Out To Sandra

Michelle “Bombshell” McGee had an affair with Bullock’s Husband, Jesse James, for 11 months. The West Coast Choppers star is taking full responsibility for their troubles.

Sandra Bullock’s husband Jesse James has issued a public apology to his wife and three children. The West Coast Choppers star is taking full responsibility for their troubles. Michelle “Bombshell” McGee alleges that she had an affair with Jesse James for almost a year.

“There is only one person to blame for this whole situation, and that is me,” James said in a public statement. “It’s because of my poor judgment that I deserve every bad thing that is coming my way.”

Bullock is already unveiling her wrath by moving out of the family home. Although her husband insists that the vast majority of the allegations against him are not true, the couple’s marriage seems to be on the path of divorce. McGee also provided more evidence of the relationship by posting text messages that were sent to her by Jesse James.

The text messages only made the situation worse. In fact, McGee went so far as to discuss details about his body parts in a recent magazine. However, she is the other one to blame in this sad situation.

Jesse James had it all. Just four nights ago, Sandra Bullock was praising him in the public spotlight. She has been by his side during numerous trials and tribulations.

Bullock moved out of the Los Angeles home she shared with James and his kids after it was revealed that her husband had the affair with the tattooed biker groupie. The tattoo model works for an adult website. She said their affair blossomed on the first night they met.

Jesse James and Monster Motorcycle Reality TV Shows

Jesse James is the CEO of West Coast Choppers. The company builds custom-made motorcycles. James is the current host of “Jesse James is a Dead Man” on Spike TV and the former host of “Monster Garage” on the Discovery Channel.

James is the owner of the Cisco Burger restaurant. It opened on April 28, 2006, and is located just down the street from West Coast Choppers. The 1950s-style hamburger stand is named after his beloved pit bull who recently passed away. The restaurant features Angus beef burgers, low-fat burritos, organic vegetables, and biodegradable wrappings.

In 2000, the Discovery Channel made the documentary “Motorcycle Mania,” which chronicled the life of Jesse James. The Discovery Channel approached James with another offer to host a new show called “Monster Garage.” The features him and a crew of mechanics building modified vehicles under short deadlines.

James later established Payupsucker Productions, under which he produced shows like “History of the Chopper,” “Iraq Confidential with Jesse James” and “Green Scream.” Through the show “History Of The Chopper” there are also glimpses of his involvement with the Hells Angels and other 1% outlaw motorcycle clubs.

He also appeared on the second season of Celebrity Apprentice. Each celebrity played to raise money for a favorite charity. James select to pay for the “Long Beach Education Foundation.”