PHOTO Michelle Bombshell McGee is shown in this file photo.

Michelle Bombshell McGee is shown in this file photo.”I grew up Amish but left the church when I was 16?I never looked back. I moved to LA and got tattooed,” she says.

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If you were, say, Jesse James and had the good fortune to land a wife like Sandra Bullock, you’d probably never look at another woman for as long as you lived, right? Well, that appears not to be the case. So who is this woman, Michelle McGee, who says she allegedly had an 11-month affair with Jesse? Radar has been researching her extensively, and has put up multiple posts in the past 20 hours about her. After the jump, the highlights. But to whet your appetite: she’s an Amish stripper.

Yes, you heard that right. She says, “I grew up Amish but left the church when I was 16 — I never looked back. I moved to LA and got tattooed,” she says. Her favorite tat, on her forehead, reads, “Pray for us sinners because we are all sinners.”

Michelle reportedly entered the Miss Ink Contest in Las Vegas this year. Heck, even this girl’s armpits are inked, with roses and switchblades, natch. She’s a mother of two. How did two pregnancies not mess up all her stomach tattoos? And she is also a stripper. She’s worked in at least three clubs in San Diego over the past few years, under the name Michelle Bombshell. She’s currently dancing under the alias “Avrey” at Pure Platinum Kearny Mesa Club. She’s also posted racy photos of herself online, at the site SocalGlamourGirls.com.


She also reportedly told her boss all about Jesse James. Her boss says, “She told me that Jesse’s marriage to Sandra Bullock was for publicity, and that’s why he did Donald Trump’s show, ‘Celebrity Apprentice.’ He never called on Sandra for money or influence because their marriage was a sham she said.”


BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — A Jefferson County jury has awarded a former stripper $100,000 in a lawsuit in which she claimed the club that employed her failed to stop her from driving home after her on-the-job drinking. Patsy Hamaker of Bessemer was injured in a wreck after leaving work at The Furnace on Oct. 17, 2007. She said she can no longer dance because of her injuries.

Hamaker said the club disregarded its own safety rules when it let her drive home that night. Attorneys for the club argued that employees tried to keep Hamaker from driving away.

The Birmingham News reported that the jury award made Tuesday is for compensatory damages. No punitive damages were awarded.

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