Jesse James 'To Blame' For Marriage Woe
Michelle 'Bombshell' McGee insists her former lover Jesse James is to blame for his marriage problems with Sandra Bullock.
Jesse James' mistress insists she is "not a homewrecker".
Tattoo model Michelle 'Bombshell' McGee claims the 'Monster Garage' host - who has been accused of cheating on wife Sandra Bullock with several women - has brought his marital problems with the actress on himself because he claimed to be separated when they first met.
She said: "I am not a home-wrecker. I don't believe I destroyed their marriage. Jesse destroyed his marriage. My message to Jesse would be, 'If you were honest to me up front we wouldn't be in this situation.' "
The model - who claimed to have had an 11-month romance with Jesse - also mocked the motorcycle entrepreneur's decision to enter rehab, accusing him of inventing an addiction to sex.
She added: "I don't know what's going through his head... I was really shocked he went to sex rehab.
"It was a bogus move. I don't know if I buy sex rehab. I think it's an easy thing for celebrities that cheat on their wives."
Michelle admits she feels remorse towards Sandra, but doesn't regret coming forward to expose her affair with Jesse - and even says she would do it again, despite being unhappy with the scrutiny her personal life has come under following her revelations last month.
She added to E! News: "It's hard to be the most hated person in America. It's easy to target someone who looks different.
"I hope Sandra does watch this. I'm sorry this all happened. I want to apologize for her hurt and embarrassment. I'm sorry this went public.
"I knew I was going to get some kind of backlash - this was America's sweetheart. But I would do it again."
While she insists she thought Jesse and Sandra were separated, Michelle admits she had her "suspicions" she wasn't been given the whole truth.
She said: "At that time, I believed him. He made it clear, they weren't together, I believed him. I did have a little bit of my suspicions. I'd mention things to him like, 'Let's go on a ride or out to dinner,' and he said, 'I can't really do that.' "