The 1950s style hamburger stand—named after his beloved pit bull who is now deceased—featured Angus beef burgers, low-fat burritos, organic vegetables, and biodegradable wrappings. James also had partial ownership in Austin Speed Shop in Austin, Texas which he left in 2013 to focus on the re-opening of West Coast Choppers in Austin.Other business ventures include the Chopperdogs fan club and the Jesse's Girl clothing line.How long do you think the Jesse James-Casey Anthony union will last?Jesse Gregory James (born April 19, 1969) is an American television personality and former CEO of Austin, Texas-based Austin Speed Shop.In 2000, the Discovery Channel made the documentary Motorcycle Mania, which chronicled James's everyday life.The 46-year-old reality star split with Bullock in April 2010, after several women claimed to have affairs with him while he was still married to the 51-year-old Oscar winner.movie dropping in 2018, she's also in a healthy and happy relationship with boyfriend Bryan Randall.And Sandy deserves it, especially after EVERYTHING ex husband Jesse James put her through.
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WATCH: FLASHBACK -- Sandra Bullock Was as Charming as Ever in 1989 "I think losing my son that I adopted, for sure -- not being able to see him and see him grow up and all that stuff," James candidly says during his upcoming appearance on Yahoo Sports' .
"Whether that's fair, whether I should've lost a kid due to infidelity -- which I don't think anybody ever does -- but I think with 'Hollywood law,' that's totally fair." "I made mistakes and did stuff that I shouldn't have," he further admits.
James was the host of the reality TV shows Jesse James Is a Dead Man on Spike TV and Monster Garage on the Discovery Channel, and the focus of the documentary Motorcycle Mania, also on Discovery.
Jesse James also appeared in the Tony Hawk's Underground 2 video game, and was the focus of a show chronicling some of the custom builds at Austin Speed Shop in his TV series, Jesse James: Outlaw Garage, which ran a shortened single season in 2012 on the Discovery Channel before being canceled.