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They could treat me like gold and tell me they loved me, but I didn’t believe it. I’ve only gained that trust lately; that I need to blindly trust and not associate the current with the past.In the book, you say you had trouble trusting Sandra Bullock. I didn’t see her as “Sandra Bullock,” she was just Sandy.Your first girlfriend cheated on you—twice—and your stepmothers verbally abused you.How did these relationships affect you later on in life? I think I definitely had trust issues, and that carried on later in relationships where I didn’t trust anyone.“Her life is more private as well,” the insider dished.“She has let go of what happened in the past and has moved on to the future. They have been both working so it was hard for them to see each other as often as they normally do, but while Sandra works Bryan helps out with the kids. I’m not a 300-pound black dude, but I lived in poverty and a not too ideal upbringing. It’s unfortunate and I love him, but this goes back 25 years when we kind of parted ways.
But it struck me as odd that you had trust issues with Bullock even after she stood by you during your child custody dispute with your ex-wife, Janine Lindemulder.[Sandra] was there and gave me moral support, but as far as sitting in court twice a month for four years, that was all me.
In his memoir, released May 3, James recounts his rise from childhood-abuse victim living in a broken home to building the motorcycle-customizing brand West Coast Choppers from the ground up to reality TV stardom with Discovery Channel’s Monster Garage.
The father of three also opens up about his three failed marriages—to Karla, a dancer, porn star Janine Lindemulder, and finally, A-list actress Sandra Bullock.
James sat down with The Daily Beast for an exclusive, tell-all interview where he opens up about his abuse, why he cheated on Sandra Bullock, his Nazi costume controversy, and much more. I’ve had offers for a decade to write my memoir, but I thought I was too young. I’m trying to not live in the past.”The first portion of this book, strangely enough, really reads like The Blind Side.
I feel like my life has changed a lot in the last year, and it’s my way of putting a period on everything and saying, “That part of my life is over now. You’re a high school football star, and you move out of your crazy home life to live with another family for a year. I think I kind of associate with Michael Oher to that respect.