How do you apologize for helping to wreck someone’s marriage?
“Gee Lady, I’m really sure I boinked your husband on your sofa.”
Somehow we don’t think that would go over very well. Nonetheless, Michelle “Bombshell” McGee says she owes Sandra Bullock “a heartfelt apology” after carrying on an 11-month affair with her husband, biker Jesse James.
That might be a bit more believable if Michelle weren’t also accused of banging Pink’s husband back in 2008.
The first woman named in the Jesse James alleged infidelity scandal has offered an apology to the West Coast Choppers executive’s wife in an exclusive interview with an Australian tabloid TV show.
“I’d like to say, ‘Sandra, you know, I’m sorry. I’m sorry for your embarrassment, I’m sorry all this is public,” the tattooed stripper told Australia’s Today Tonight. “I feel bad for Sandra, you know, I know what she’s going through. She must be hurt, devastated, upset, embarrassed,” Michelle told the show.
Although she claims to feel “sympathy” for Sandra, Michelle argues that she too was lied to by Jesse and admits that the public’s reaction to the cheating scandal has not been as understanding as she would have hoped.
“I’ve been getting very harsh reactions, name-calling – ‘I’m a homewrecker, a slut, a whore,’ and I’m very surprised by that, that more people aren’t taking my side. I don’t want any pity… but Jesse is the bad guy here…. I got duped as much as Sandra did,” she said.
Excuse us, but you slept with another women’s husband. Dude! What does she expect, a medal of valor? Even if Sandra and Jesse were separated, as Bombshell insists she was told, they’re still legally married — and that makes Jesse off-limits. Geez, where’s The Real Housewives of New Jersey’s Teresa with her infamous “Prostitution Whore!” chant when you need her?
Anywho, Michelle is also disturbed that world thinks she’s a racist. Sorry — the Nazi hat and swastika must have thrown us off!
“I’m gonna try to redeem my reputation. My reputation’s been tarnished, especially with the Nazi and the white supremacist stuff,” she said. “It’s very, very hurtful to hear those things over a silly photoshoot… In hindsight, I shouldn’t have done the photoshoot, but that hurts me that that is what people are seeing now is that photoshoot.”