Bullock's Alleged Marriage Wrecker In Child Custody Battle
The SANDRA BULLOCK cheating scandal has become a big headache for the woman who wrecked the actress' marriage - her ex-husband has filed for custody of their son.
Tattooed model Michelle MCGee went public with her alleged affair with Bullock's husband Jesse James this past week (ends19Mar10), prompting the Oscar winner to walk out of the couple's California home and cancel a promotional trip to Europe.
And now MCGee's ex, Ronald Shane Modica, is seeking temporary and legal custody of their five-year-old son Avery.
Modica filed his latest motion in San Diego, California on Friday (19Mar10) as a direct result of the tabloid scandal.
In his legal papers, Modica says, "I need protection for my son. If she sees Avery, she will bring these curiosity seekers and glory hounds down on herself and Avery, totally confusing and frankly scaring him."
The father insists that his son doesn't want to be with his mother and makes a fuss when visitation with his father ends: "He fights me violently, and screams, yells, cries and begs not to go."
He also fears that his ex may flee to Australia and take Avery with her.
A judge has denied Modica's request, but the concerned father plans to keep on fighting, suggesting that his ex-wife's porn career is a threat to their young son.
In the legal documents, he claims "pornographic shoots" have been filmed at the home MCGee shares with Avery and "live WEB cam pornographic broadcasts".
He states, "I will not continue to expose him to the kind of life Michelle desires and seeks: full on, pornographic, party all the time."
According to earlier court documents, obtained by Us Weekly magazine, MCGee has disputed Modica's claims, insisting she spends quality time with her son, and supports herself through "artistic nudes". She's adamant she does not expose Avery to the racy material.
In the previous court papers, the model acknowledges she is bipolar and on medication prescribed to treat the disorder.
The couple will meet in court on 12 May (10) to revise the terms of custody and visitation.