Scoop: Bullock’s mistake was trusting her husband 

Jesse James may have destroyed his marriage with an (alleged) affair, but what was wife Sandra Bullock’s only mistake?
“She trusted him,” a source told People magazine.

The biker turned reality TV star is apparently a babe magnet who’s “heavily targeted and pursued” by the ladies, according to another source. “Those girls throw themselves at him.”

“Those girls” apparently include tattoo model Michelle “Bombshell” McGee, who claims she had an 11-month affair with Jesse that began while his wife was filming her Oscar-winning role in “The Blind Side.”

But was she the only one? The People source said Jesse was known to spend time with “people that [Sandra] may not have necessarily approved of — women.” And yet she didn’t get suspicious.

So in other words, Sandra acted like a woman in a mature, trusting, committed relationship. Jeez, what was she thinking?

 

Elin: Frosty


The reconciliation of Tiger Woods and wife Elin Nordegren has reportedly hit a snag. Though they were recently spotted together for the first time since his sex scandal broke in late November, and the frost between them seemed to be thawing, the Swedish beauty is evidently having second thoughts about forgiving her philandering hubby.

“This past week, Elin has been very cold and distant toward Tiger,” a source told Radar Online. “At this point, the relationship does not seem to be moving forward.”

With his recent announcement that he’ll return to golf for the Masters, the Swedish beauty allegedly feels betrayed.

Hate to break it to you, Elin, but that’s the least of the reasons you should feel taken advantage of.

 

Gaga sued

Lady Gaga has been hit with a lawsuit from a former flame who claims he crafted her out-there pop star persona. Rob Fusari said he was the mastermind behind Gaga — including her stage name — and he’s entitled to a major chunk of her fortune — $30.5 million, to be exact.

The lawsuit includes some catty digs at the artist formerly known as Stefani Germanotta. Recalling their first meeting, at which they had arranged to collaborate on music, the suit alleges, “Fusari was expecting someone a little more grunge-rocker than the young Italian girl ‘guidette’ that arrived at his doorstep and was worried that he had made a mistake.”

 

Murphy’s meds

Brittany Murphy’s widower and mother have insisted that drugs didn’t play a role in her death, but pharmacy records seem to tell a different story.

TMZ reported that for the two years before her death, the “Clueless” star received hundreds of pills every month under the alias Lola Manilow Murphy. The pharmacy that filled the prescriptions ended up cutting her off four months before her death.

Simon Monjack, the late actress’ husband, confirmed that they indeed filled the prescriptions under aliases because “you know how this town is.” But, he claimed, “We’re the ones who cut Eddie’s Pharmacy off.”

However, sources told the Web site that Brittany had “scores” of prescriptions for no less than 32 medications filled from 2003 until the end of her life.

Kitty Raymond is an entertainment writer and astrologer. She welcomes feedback at kitty@media-darling.com.

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