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Heil, Jesse? Rumors of Nazi-Themed Sex Tapes Surface in James-Bullock Split Scandal

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When Sandra Bullock accepted her Best Actress Oscar last month, her acceptance speech included a beautiful tribute to her husband of 5 years, Long Beach's West Coast Choppers' Jesse James. But soon after rumors of his infidelities surfaced, stirring up controversy and signaling the end of a martial union that may not have been so idyllic. While James' reputation has been far from pristine, gossip site RadarOnline (aka home of the Octomom) now claims to know about a dozen homemade sex tapes starring James and a variety of female partners, many of which include a Nazi motif.

An anonymous "insider" describes the content of the tapes as "really quite disturbing," and claims the tapes feature "a mass amount of Nazi paraphernalia." In one scene the insider observed "a naked woman on her knees and Jesse in a Nazi hat waving his arm in a salute." The woman appeared to have her hands bound, and James "was shouting and singing and appearing to swig from a bottle of bourbon every now and then."

So will these tapes get leaked? While none of them are currently on sale anywhere, RadarOnline's source notes they are not being kept "in a completely secure location."