The down-market woodwork from which the many, many dalliances of Tiger Woods have come out of now seems to be releasing Jesse James' alleged liaisons into the wild. Two more women have come forward to claim that they had a little something going on the side with Sandra Bullock's husband.
TMZ names Mistress No. 3 as Brigitte Daguerre, a Los Angeles photographer and model whose turn-ons appear to include rib-cage-crunching corsets, bubble baths and titillating texts (from semi-famous motorcycle moguls, many of which she supposedly kept).
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Word is, the dark-haired pinup-channeling photog exchanged nearly 200 messages with James after he hired her in 2008 for a styling gig at a photo shoot for his West Coast Choppers company in Long Beach, Calif.
Some were "extremely graphic," says TMZ, which maintains that over the course of their yearlong correspondence, Jesse requested photos from Daguerre and at one point told her, "I'm texting you in secret." (Secret except for the electronic trail that ends up being left behind like so many risqué bread crumbs.)
The back-and-forth purportedly led to four close encounters of the carnal kind before Daguerre shut it down, perhaps because her needs weren't being satisfied.
James was "a dud in bed ... who only cared about himself," an insider (and how) snipes to Radar Online.
Daguerre isn't the only one blabbing. Radar Online reports a mystery woman is also asserting she had an affair with Jesse and has hired mistress go-to attorney Gloria Allred.
"I represent a beautiful model and businesswoman," oversells Allred. "She had a three-year intimate relationship with Jesse James. He pursued her and had strong feeling for her. She is in the process of trying to decide if she will come forward. She has proof of their relationship including hundreds of text messages, emails and photos. The relationship just recently ended after the scandal broke."
The latest allegations follow those made this week by Melissa Smith, an ink-stained exotic dancer who purports to Star that she connected with James on MySpace in 2006, a year after he tied the knot with Bullock.
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Smith says they would rendezvous every few months on the couch (hopefully replaced or fumigated by now) of his office at West Coast Choppers, the same place where he allegedly had his first tryst with tattoo-coated, "Mein Kampf"-loving adult performer Michelle McGee, who kicked off the adultery-palooza with her affair accusations in last week's In Touch magazine.
As for Bullock, 45, who reportedly left the Southern California home she shared with James after learning of the infidelity claims, she's believed to be back in Los Angeles after spending time at her home in Austin, Texas.
According to People magazine, she's assessing her next steps.
The actress, who one spy described as "a cauldron of both rage and intense pain" in the wake of the scandal, "needs time to grieve and process what has happened," shares a source. "Her family was everything to her."
On Wednesday, James' second ex-wife, jailbird and sometime porn star Janine Lindemulder, blabbed to TMZ about her hopes that the Oscar-winning Bullock will remain in the life of their 6-year-old daughter, Sunny.
"If Sandra decides to keep a relationship going with our daughter Sunny, I would in no way stop that," she says. "Sunny loves Sandy and vice versa. She's welcome to be a part of every aspect of Sunny's life."
It's an about-face for Lindemulder, who had not-so-nice things to say about Bullock when she was bitterly battling James for custody of Sunny last year.
Now, gushes Janine, who calls Jesse a "chronic cheater" in this week's In Touch, "She has taken care of our daughter as if she was her own ... she sacrificed much ... and I will forever be indebted to her for that."
His ex-wife's public praise for the actress is probably the least of Jesse's worries (right behind the half-million-dollar offer from Playgirl to doff his overalls).
He's likely more concerned about TMZ uncovering a $700,000-plus payment to a female West Coast Choppers exec to settle a sexual harassment claim she made against him in 2007.
And then there's Us Weekly's contention that he would post ads on the Internet looking for "biker models," preferably tatted-up and top-heavy types.
A source tells People that Sandra had total trust in her husband, but he was a different person when they weren't together: "Jesse is such a chameleon."
And maybe an overly optimistic one at that.
"He would certainly love for this somehow to go away and that somehow things can be rectified and put back together," a buddy tells People. "The one thing that's most important to him in the whole wide world is that his family comes back together. He will do whatever that takes."
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