Jesse James’ first alleged mistress, Michelle “Bombshell” McGee, has broken her silence – and it will only cost readers a little under $10 to get a glimpse of the tattoo-loving former model.
“To all the people that think Michelle planned this drama, we can assure that if she had planned it, we would have had our pay-site and merchandise store ready for public consumption,” a statement posted on her new Web site — MichelleBombshell.com — said. “We were caught off guard, but we will have our full pay-site up in the next couple weeks.”
The not-safe-for-work Web site, which is offering subscriptions for the bargain price of $9.95, also promised “many naughty naked photos shoots” to be posted in the coming weeks.
Michelle’s site also claims that the alleged mistress, who is shown in a PG photo locked in a cage, will soon make a statement.
“We…know that the entire world is waiting to hear from Michelle regarding all of the extreme bull**** that is being thrown around out there,” the statement continued.
The mother of two was photographed wearing Nazi paraphernalia in the past, but her site claims she does not promote hate.
“We DO NOT tolerate any racism, bigotry or hateful promotion,” the statement continued. “Soon Michelle will be able to clear the air in her first interview since this scandal broke.”
As previously reported on AccessHollywood.com, earlier this month Jesse James called “the vast majority” of the infidelity claims against him “untrue and unfounded.” Jesse’s wife, Sandra Bullock, has cancelled all of scheduled public appearances since the alleged scandal broke and has reportedly moved out of the home she shares with Jesse in Sunset Beach, Calif.
She is reportedly now living in her Hollywood Hills home that she bought prior or marrying the reality star in 2005.
Divorce rumors for the couple have swirled since the alleged affair, but a rep for the actress told Access Hollywood those reports are not true.
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