Jesse James’ Ex Denied Visitation Rights

Jesse James' Ex Denied Visitation Rights

While Sandra Bullock is making history with her acclaimed film The Blind Side, her husband Jesse James continues his custody battle with his ex-wife, porn star Janine Lindemulder.

E! News reports that Lindemulder was denied visitation rights to see Sunny, her 6-year-old daughter with James. Bullock and James have been raising Sunny for the past year while the adult film actress was imprisoned for tax evasion.

But Lindemulder – who currently lives in a halfway house due to a parole violation – did win the right to make daily phone calls to Sunny. This ruling didn’t come without resistance from James.

The Monster Garage star told the judge that his ex-wife texts “up to 20 times a day, demanding to talk to Sunny…But sometimes she’ll go a week at a time where she doesn’t make a call.” He also said that Lindemulder “has no filter” when it comes to discussing her time in prison. “There’s a lot of conversation about prison or jail and things that I don’t think a 6-year-old can comprehend or process.”

James also told the court that while Lindemulder had fought for (and won) custody of Sunny on Christmas day, she was a no show, and in fact had missed four of her past five scheduled visits.

The next hearing is scheduled for June 14. The judge praised James and Lindemulder for being able to make positive progress despite the media attention, although both were ordered to undergo joint counseling once a month.

Filed under: Jessie James,Sandra Bullock,Sunny James

Photo credit: Bauer Griffin

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  1. Theresa

    won the right to make daily phone calls to Sunny…yet she has no fliter and tells her 6 yr. old about her jail time etc…hummm
    won custody of Sunny on Christmas day…yet she was a no show and missed four of her past five scheduled visits…hummm
    poor Sunny I can only imagine how upset she was waiting all Christmas day and her “mother” never showing…
    who is the judge making these decisions? yikes!

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