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VIDEO: Sandra Bullock's Husband's Alleged Mistress Was Raised Amish

Mar. 17 2010, Published 8:35 a.m. ET

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Michelle McGee, the woman who claims to have had an 11-month affair with Sandra Bullock's husband, Jesse James, was raised Amish and left the church at 16, have learned.

McGee, who calls herself "Michelle Bombshell" shared the surprising news during an interview at the Miss Ink Contest in Las Vegas, in which the heavily tattooed model was competing. "My parents are very conservative," McGee said. "I grew up Amish but left the church when I was 16 - I never looked back. I moved to LA and got tattooed."

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McGee says that after she left the church her parents turned their back on her, "My parents don't talk to me but that's OK, I have good friends."

The interview includes several risqué video clips of McGee flashing her body to the crowd, including one shot where she bends right over to flash her thong clad naked, heavily tattooed butt.

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McGee takes the viewers on a tour of her tattoos, including the one on her forehead that she "loves", that says, "Pray for us sinners because we are all sinners" and her armpits (one is tattooed with a red rose and switchblade, the other with some knuckle dusters).

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McGee said she got her first tattoo when she was "15-years-old on my back, and kept it covered up." She said she "wants to be completely covered, I don't care."

Well it would be interesting to find out where exactly on her body there is still a place left to tattoo - or maybe not!



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