Sandra Bullock's husband is back at work. Jesse James headed to his West Coast Choppers motorcycle garage, seeking solace from the firestorm surrounding him in the wake of his alleged affair.
Wearing overalls, and his wedding ring, James looked grim. People magazine reports he was "very upset" and "very quiet" while at the garage, but "happy to be back at work."
He certainly wasn't happy to see the paparazzi, who bombarded him with questions as he got out of his truck with his dog Cinnabun.
There are new reports that Bullock is hiding out in Austin, Texas, where the beloved Oscar®-winner owns a mansion.
Bullock continues to remain silent, but her Facebook page is speaking volumes. The relationship status was just changed to "Single."
James is also dealing with new damaging allegations. There are reports that photos of James are being shopped around to various media outlets showing James in Nazi-themed attire.
James ignored questions about the alleged photo when INSIDE EDITION caught up with him outside his home. He is said to be making the Nazi salute in the picture, which was reportedly taken two years ago. The photo also purportedly shows James holding up two fingers up to his nose to resemble Adolf Hitler's mustache. He reportedly wears a replica of a Nazi officer's cap, just like the one his alleged mistress, Michelle "Bombshell" McGee, wore in a shocking Nazi-themed photo.
Robert Alvarado is the photographer who took the controversial photo of McGee wearing a swastika armband and holding a dagger. Alvarado says immediately after taking the photo McGee went to meet up with James
"The makeup artist had mentioned that she was in a hurry because she had an appointment or a date with someone named Jesse," Alvarado told INSIDE EDITION.
And as if all this wasn't enough, James may now face a renewed custody battle over his 6-year-old daughter Sunny, who playfully rode a Segway scooter outside her dad's garage over the weekend.
James's ex-wife, Janine Lindemulder, has reportedly filed legal papers seeking to regain custody of Sunny, who Bullock was helping to raise.
"What do you think Sandra should do?" INSIDE EDITION's Les Trent asks Judge Lynn Toler of television's Divorce Court.
"Nothing. Nothing for as long as she can, she has to wait until all the emotional waves pass her by," advises Judge Toler.