Sandra Bullock received an apology letter from
her husband’s #2 mistress. Words from Smith written to Bullock are “audacious.”
According to TMZ, on Sunday, Sandra Bullock received an apology letter from Melissa Smith, who is known to be Jesse James’ second mistress. Bullock’s agent received the letter via fax. TMZ obtained a copy of the apology and calls the letter to the Oscar winning actress “audacious.”
Smith apologizes months after allegations of having an affair with Bullock’s husband. She’s known as Jesse James’ mistress #2.
Link to full apology letter Sandra Bullock received from Smith here.
In Melissa Smith’s letter to Sandra, she wrote she made bad choices and was sorry for causing her so much pain.
“I felt the need to reach out to you and tell you how deeply sorry I am for all the things you’ve been through,” she begins. “And I know nothing I can say in this letter can make the pain of my actions go away,” she continued.
When an apology letter like this reaches Bullock, you question if her husband’s mistress is seeking more publicity? Perhaps she’s drawing more attention to the entire situation. Why wouldn’t the mistress have it privately sent to Bullock instead of faxing it to her agent? With the magnitude this scandal has reached, surely the sealed letter could have been a priority level message for Sandra to get in her hands.
Then again, that may have required too much dignity and thought. How Bullock reacted to this apology letter is unknown, but it comes late in the game. With all of the mistress scandals of late with Jesse James and Tiger Woods, its been commonplace for these women to attempt seeking more than forgiveness from the wife.
Mistress hopes Sandra Bullock will contact
her after reading apology letter. Unrealistic at best? What do you think?
Melissa Smith ended the letter to Sandra Bullock with “Please contact me if you wish discuss on the phone or in person.”
For Smith to consider Bullock would pick up a phone to discuss the letter is “audacious” as TMZ reported. Smith was correct in believing Sandra won’t contact her. By phone? Not in this lifetime. The mistress #2’s words to Bullock in the apology letter explained she was extremely sorry for the affair and hoped she would forgive her for the role she played in it. Jesse James is lucky to receive Bullock’s forgiveness, let alone a mistress who knew what she was doing.