The Jesse James Parade of Sleazebaggery Marches On As More 'Models' Come Forward
Sounds like Jesse James has developed a serious case of Tiger Woods Syndrome. The Monster Garage star, whose marriage to Sandra Bullock has been plagued by rumors of infidelity for the past couple of weeks, may have had several affairs in addition to the alleged tryst with tattoo model Michelle "Bombshell" McGee, multiple sources report.
One tattle-tale spills to Us Magazine, "[McGee] is just the first person who has gone public," while another confirms,
"This is not an isolated incident. When Sandra is away, he gets bored."
Apparently James, whose alleged dalliances were an open secret at his West Coast Choppers motorcycle shop in Long Beach, California, would post Internet ads seeking "hot, tattooed biker chicks with big boobs." Says one snitch,
"He sees their photos, answers the ads and invites the girls to his office."
If she's to be believed, one such conquest includes stripper Melissa Smith, who tells Star Magazine that she first came into contact with James when he reached out to her on her MySpace page in September 2006, after seeing a picture of her posing in front of a car at a West Coast Choppers party. According to Smith,
"I got a message from this guy saying, 'Nice car...that’s my godfather’s.' After a few exchanges, he introduced himself as Jesse James and gave me his e-mail address with the name Vanilla Gorilla." (McGee has claimed that this was her pet name for James, because of allegedly generous endowment.)
Smith goes on to claim that, after meeting up at James' shop and engaging in some small talk,
“I said, ‘Well, I guess I should get going,’ and he said, ‘You don’t have to,’ and moved his chair closer to me and started rubbing my leg. We ended up having sex on his couch."
Classy! And apparently Jesse didn't limit his sexual targets to inked-up vixens on the Internet. TMZ reports that, in 2007, James reached a $700,000 settlement on a sexual-harassment claim by a former high-level female employee of West Coast Choppers, who claimed that her boss made sexual advances—including sexual acts—toward her between 2006 and 2007. According to one email included in the employee's case file, James asked her,
"Need anything before I split?"
When the employee replied, "Some Tums [antacids]," James shot back,
"I have some special fluid that you can drink and it makes it all better ...."
Oh, Jesse, you silver-tonged devil!
The former employee also claimed that she had an "oral encounter" with James, from which she kept a T-shirt imbued with allegedly incriminating evidence.
With all this action on, how does James ever find time to build any bikes?