Sandra Bullock, Jesse James Split?

West Coast Choppers CEO Jesse James, left, seen here with his wife, actress Sandra Bullock, at a Hollywood movie premiere, is the latest celebrity to check himself into treatment after reports of multiple mistresses surfaced. His spokesman said he was seeking professional help to deal with "personal issues" after a cheating scandal that has put his nearly five-year marriage to Bullock on the line. The representative did not specify the type of treatment facility, but published reports have said James is being treated for sex addiction. Kevin Winter/Getty Images

Is it splitsville for Sandra Bullock, the Oscar-winning actress, and Jesse James, the celebrity mechanic who reportedly was unable to shake his attraction for the wild side while his wife was filming "The Blind Side?"

According to People, Bullock packed her bags - no word on her golden statue - days before tattoo fetish model Michelle "Bombshell" McGee claimed that she had an 11 month sexual affair with the Monster Garage host.

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On Thursday, James delivered a Tiger-esque apology.

"There is only one person to blame for this whole situation, and that is me," he said. "It's because of my poor judgment that I deserve everything bad that is coming my way."

Like Tiger, no mention of what that poor judgment entailed.

And while James may not have had Bullock's back, fans do, and some aren't accepting his apology.

"He was willing to risk his marriage with a classy, sexy, talented and intelligent women to boost his inadequacy as a man," commented a fan on People. "Regardless of your fame you will never have the class Sandra has."

Bullock hasn't made an official comment of her intentions. And while things look bad for the Hollywood couple who have been married since 2005, Bullock, like Elin Woods, may decide to pause while her personal life is played out in the public eye.
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