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Bullock ‘ignoring concerns over new boyfriend’

Published 11/09/2015

Sandra Bullock
Sandra Bullock

Sandra Bullock’s friends are said to be expressing discontent with the dark past her new beau Bryan Randall has.

The 51-year-old actress is currently dating model Bryan Randall and certain less than flattering information is popping up about his past, as several mugshots have surfaced surrounding a few of his arrests.

Sandra divorced her former husband Jesse James in 2010 after discovering he cheated on her with several different women and it’s claimed her friends don’t want a similar ending to occur in the star’s relationship with Bryan.

“[Loved ones are] obviously very concerned Bryan is cut from the same cloth as her ex-husband, cheater Jesse James,” an insider told Radar Online. “Bryan has a very tough guy persona, and can come across as extremely arrogant.

“Sandy’s friends are also concerned about Bryan’s criminal past and allegations of drug and alcohol abuse. Even though he has told Sandy he is sober and has been for years, the friends are on their guard.”

But it’s claimed Sandra isn’t too keen on buying into other people’s unease over Bryan.

She supposedly trusts him, as he came clean with her early on in their romance.

“Bryan was up front with Sandy as they got more serious, and told her everything that was scandalous in his past,” the source detailed. “He explained that he had to really grow up and become responsible to raise his daughter, Skyler, alone, and he insisted that all his trouble is in the past.”

However, it’s claimed certain members of Sandra’s milieu are not satisfied with his initial admission.

They are said to be worried he is too similar to her ex Jesse.

“The problem for Sandy’s pals is that is exactly what Jesse told her!” the insider noted. “He had a young daughter at the time, Sunny, and Sandy and Sunny became very close. The similarities between Bryan and Jesse are just eerily similar. Sandy has always been attracted to the bad boys.”

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