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In a new interview for host, 46, opened up about the incident, taking full responsibility. Everybody denies it.” , was “losing my son that I adopted.” Click here to see the cutest photos of Sandra and Louis.PHOTOS: Biggest cheating scandals ever “The relationship part I was able to put [aside],” he said. PHOTOS: Sandra Bullock's best red carpet looks Bullock, 51, and James had secretly started the adoption process and brought baby Louis, now 5, home prior to their split."Sandra is the happiest she has ever been," an insider told E!News of the actress, who divorced from her former husband Jesse James in 2010 after it was revealed he had been unfaithful to her. A.’s Sunset Strip to lording over a haircare and alcohol empire.
More than five years later, the very public affair still marks James’ career.
Visit the gallery below for an inside look at their romance from its secret start.
Television personality Jesse James — known primarily for blatantly cheating and single-handedly ruining his relationship with actress Sandra Bullock — has a new lady … The man who went from being married to a stripper/porn star to an Academy Award winner has tied the knot for the fourth time with drag racer Alexis De Joria. In 1980, the Navy vet teamed up with Paul Mitchell to launch a shampoo company with a 0 investment. He struck gold again launching premium tequila maker Patron Spirits with Martin Crowley in 1989. She’s a Pro Drag Racer She is one of the top female drag racers in the country and was the second woman to win a national event in the top alcohol division. De Joria is one of a handful of women who have competed in drag racing since Shirley Muldowney, who started as a street racer in the late 1950s De Joria suffered a close call in 2009 while racing in Englishtown, New Jersey.
PHOTOS: Sandra Bullock's new life now Von D admits in her post that she thought James was vilified and unfairly depicted in the media.
"There was a time when I was confident and excited at proving the world wrong, because I believed so deeply in people's ability to change for the better," she writes.