A fourth Jesse James mistress is out there and debating whether to go public, says Attorney Gloria Allred, who has shown up in the media spotlight with the ex of murderer Scott Peterson and with a porn star ex of Tiger Woods. Allred said in a statement that the woman she represents, "a beautiful model and businesswoman ... had an intimate three-year relationship with Jesse James. He pursued her and he had strong feelings for her." Allred said the woman is "in the process of trying to decide if she will come forward," and has kept "proof of their relationship, including hundreds of texts, emails and photos. The relationship just ended recently after the scandal broke." James and Bullock are seen at left before their separation.
Jesse James, you are warned! Speaking to Niecy Nash at the People's Choice Awards earlier this year, Sandra Bullock said she wouldn't have been as "respectable" as Elin Nordegren was when she discovered her husband's many affairs. "If I were Elin [Nordegren]…man, I would have hit a lot more than she did…I would have kept hitting!" said Bullock, referring to rumors that Tiger Woods' wife went after him with a golf club before he crashed his car. "You would still be swinging the golf club?" asked Nash. "Yeah, she stopped. She was respectable," Bullock said. "I'd get the baseball bat. I'd get everything out."
Meanwhile, Jesse James is still clashing with the photographers who have been staking out his every movesince last week, when reports of his affairs became public and Bullock moved out. Police were called to his workplace, West Coast Choppers, where a paparazzo said his car had been vandalized. But James reported that the photographer had been stalking him, and each made a citizen's arrest on the other. Police took statements from both. "Neither of them was arrested," Sgt. Dina Zapalski told E! News. "It will be hashed out in court."
TMZ is reporting that Tiger Woods is back at work, shooting a quick commercial for Nike on the country club course in his neighborhood in Windermere, Fla. Sources say a stand-in was used to set up shots for Tiger, and he did his filming on the Isleworth Country Club golf course in a few hours.
Sanjaya Malakar, the "American Idol" season six finalist, was given a $411 ticket for for doing 110 mph on Interstate 405 early Tuesday morning outside Seattle. That's 50 mph over the posted speed limit. Sanjaya, 20, who lives in nearby Federal Way, Wash., was picked up about 2:30 a.m. Tuesday, police say. He was reportedly going so fast in his blue 2008 Mazda 6 that it took a Washington State Patrolman nearly three miles to catch up to him and pull him over. The local newspaper reports that no drugs or alcohol were found during the stop and Malakar was not charged with reckless endangerment because there were no other cars on the road at the time.
Beyoncé and Solange Knowles have a new baby half-brother. A paternity test confirms that their father, Matthew Knowles, 58, is the father of a baby boy named Nixon born to Alexsandra Wright. Knowles, seen at left with his daughter Beyoncé, initially refused to respond to Wright's claim that he fathered the baby during an 18-month affair. Wright, an actress, filed a paternity suit last October. Knowles, who was manager of Destiny's Child, the group that launched Beyoncé to stardom, split with Tina, his wife of 29 years, after Wright's allegations surfaced. Meanwhile, a fresh set of rumors that Beyonce herself is pregnant have surfaced, but as usual, her spokesman refuses comment.
Demi Lovato and Joe Jonas, who recently admitted that they are dating, resulting in the mashed-up couple name "Jemi," could not have had less onstage chemistry when they did the duet, "Make a Wave" on the American Idol results show Thursday. But now Lovato says Jonas tries to predict what she will say. "He has this thing where he tries to say everything that's coming out of my mouth," Lovato told Radio Disney, laughing. "But yeah, he doesn't know what I'm about to say." The pair met on the set of "Camp Rock" in 2007, and Lovato toured with the Jonas Brothers in 2008.
-- Anne Neville