The home where Sandra Bullock sought temporary refuge on Wednesday is owned by a friend and financial backer of her production company, RadarOnline.com learned exclusively.
Bullock left her Hollywood Hills home and traveled by car to the house of Gabriel Brener, chairman and CEO of Brener International Group, LLC.
RadarOnline.com learned that Brener is an investor in Fortis Films, Bullock’s production company that has produced numerous hits including Miss Congeniality, Miss Congeniality 2 and George Lopez’s show.
Hope Floats was the first movie produced by the company.
Bullock went to Brener’s house on Wednesday but left soon after arriving. She was trailed by at least 20 paparazzi and it is the first time anyone has spotted her since her husband Jesse James’ secret cheating life became public.
As RadarOnline.com first reported Bullock decided to divorce James and vowed not to return to their home while he was there.
James checked into Sierra Tucson in Arizona for sex rehab in a desperate attempt to save his marriage. His rep admitted that Bullock did not ask James to seek treatment.
The tattooed biker has been linked to at least four women while married to Bullock and his affairs destroyed her personal life right as she achieved the professional milestone of winning an Oscar.
Brener and Sandra have been friends for a long time. People is reporting that he and his family were at her wedding to Jesse James in 2005. And Sandra and the Breners have vacationed together many times including a 2001 trip to Greece.