“He’s a chronic cheater,” Jesse’s ex-wife Janine Lindemulder claims exclusively to In Touch. “I feel sorry for Sandra because she was so in love with Jesse that she was blind and gullible.”
Last week, In Touch Weekly was the first to reveal the shocking news that Sandra Bullock’s husband Jesse James cheated on her with tattoo model Michelle “Bombshell” McGee. While Sandra copes with that information, even more astounding details have emerged about the man she once believed was her soulmate.
In an exclusive interview with In Touch, Jesse’s ex-wife Janine Lindemulder describes, in her opinion, an immature, selfish man who has never been faithful to any woman he’s been with — including Sandra. “He’s a chronic cheater,” Janine claims to In Touch. “I feel sorry for Sandra because she was so in love with Jesse that she was blind and gullible. She once said, ‘I finally have a man who has my back.’ And all I could think was, ‘No. You have this man who does it behind your back.’”
According to the former porn star, she first learned Jesse — who had not commented by press time — was unfaithful to her just weeks into their marriage, when he accidentally sent her a text message intended for a lover. And though Janine tried to ignore his bad behavior at first, it continued throughout the marriage — and then after, including the time when he was dating Sandra. “I remember at one point, about six months after he started dating Sandra, when he asked me to come by the shop,” she recalls. “I told him, ‘No way.’ Later, he texted me, ‘Thank God you didn’t come by, because we would have been bad.’” In fact, she and Jesse were “bad” on one occasion while he was dating Sandra, when he cajoled her into having phone sex with him. “His famous line was, ‘Tell me something nice,’” Janine recalls. “He would say he’d had a rough day and wanted you to tell him something nice… It was hard to say no to the guy.”
Janine says she was “shocked” to hear Jesse and Sandra, 45, had gotten married in July 2005 — but that was nothing compared to the call she received from him at her Oregon home, just two weeks after he and Sandra had said their vows. “He said, ‘I want to come up to Oregon. I think I made a huge mistake.’”