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Jesse James

Jesse James Was a Big Fan of The N-Word

Jesse James Step-Mom Reveals More of His Racist Past

Yesterday Jesse James’ former step mom sold him out and said that the childhood abuse Jesse spoke of in his Nightline interview was totally fictional. Today Janina James Coan further drags her ex-step son’s name through the mud by saying that Jesse’s just about as racist as they’re saying he is… or maybe a lot more.

Janina said:

“I heard him use the N word a bunch of times. I don’t know if I’d call Jesse a white supremacist or not but he’s definitely racist. He didn’t like Mexican people either. He always referred to them as wetbacks.”

Appalling if it’s true, but I have to say that I’ve been to Jesse’s restaurant in Long Beach next to West Coast Choppers (my BFF works across the street. Long Beach, what up!?!) and not only does Jesse pretty much only employ Hispanic people at his place, but they all speak very highly of him and the way he treats them. I’m not saying that I don’t believe the guy has it in him to be a racist, but I also know for a fact that he interacts with people every day that Janina is saying he supposedly dislikes.

Jesse James’ Step-Mom Says He Lied About Abuse

Jesse James Lied About Childhood Abuse?

During his Nightline interview, Jesse James said that much of his self-destructive behavior is a result of feeling abandoned by his abusive father as a child. Jesse said, “I grew up with a huge amount of shame and fear and abandonment on my shoulders from a very young age and I think, you know, the way my mind rationalized [cheating], ‘Well, you know, I might as well do whatever I can to like run her off cause she is going to find out what I am anyway and leave me anyway.’” At the time this was a very sad twist to an already sad story, but Jesse’s stepmom has come out saying that Jesse’s story is a bunch of bull.

Jesse’s stepmom Janina spoke to TMZ and said, “Larry was the most caring father, the kindest father who would do anything for anybody.  He loved Jesse to death and would brag about him all the time.” She also said that the broken bones and beat up body that Jesse attributed to his father’s lashings were actually because Jesse was into motocross.

I don’t think we’ll ever be certain of who is telling the truth. I am choosing to believe Jesse because it seems like Janina’s goal is to protect her man’s name and it’s all too typical for a step-parent to downplay the abuse their step-child goes through. Either way, this adds a whole ‘nother layer of bummer to this story.

Jesse James Tries to Get Back in Sandra Bullock’s Good Graces by Talking Up Her Superb Mommy Abilities

photo of sandra bullock and jesse james in happier days

I’m so over this guy. Yeah, and I totally expect half of you to be all like, “So why are you giving him more press, huh? Why?” Why? ‘Cause it’s my job. And there are probably some of you out there that aren’t sick of hearing about him, so I’m catering to that demographic. Besides, some feel that James is just starting to get fun, and by “fun,” I mean that he’s putting himself out there emotionally and allowing the press to take their digs at him. So yeah. “Fun.”

James speaks out to ABC’s Nightline last night in an interview regarding the fallout after skanking around on America’s Sweetheart, Sandra Bullock. He claims that though he was allowing his manic penis to take shots at every cheap-looking girl on the West Coast, the adoption of Louis Bardot Bullock brought him and his estranged wife closer together:

“I found a new trust for her, like I knew she wasn’t going to leave, and our relationship blossomed.”

So he was, what, worried that Bullock’s amazing star power was going to eclipse over their marriage and she was going to leave him for another (better) option? And so he cheated on her because he was vulnerable and worried that she was going to leave him? I guess that totally makes sense, in a not-making-sense-at-all kind of way, you know?

James also states that motherhood came as natural to Bullock as obnoxious tattoos come as a turn-on to him:

“She is like a fish to water. … As soon as she put that baby into her hands, it was automatic and amazing …
To see her in the role as mother is, like, one of the most amazing things I’ve ever seen.”

And you’re, like, one of the most amazing tools I’ve ever had the luck to never meet, Jesse. Keep on with your sadboy stories and go back to being a philandering, glorified grease monkey.