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Sandra Bullock 'wants clean slate for Bryan'

Published 20/09/2015

Sandra Bullock
Sandra Bullock

Sandra Bullock is rumoured to be convincing those close to her that her beau Bryan Randall deserves a second chance.

(Cover) - EN Showbiz - Sandra Bullock reportedly wishes people wouldn't judge her new boyfriend.

The 51-year-old actress is currently dating handsome photographer Bryan Randall, 49, and the couple have been spotted looking cosy while out together.

But things aren't running too smoothly thanks to claims Bryan previously battled a drug addiction and has been sued over unpaid child support. Despite the negative reports, Sandra is said to be looking to the future and encouraging others close to her to do the same.

"Sandra and Bryan have been dating for six months and her friends are thrilled to see her so happy, but they can't shake off their worries that she's gone for a bad boy again," an insider told British magazine Closer. "[Close pals] Jennifer [Aniston] and Justin [Theroux] are trying to be supportive, but a lot of her pals think she's feeling lonely and is ignoring all the warning signs just to have someone in her life... She admits he had issues, but says you can't judge the person today by the mistakes they made in the past."

Sandra's marriage to Jesse James ended in turmoil in 2010 after it was revealed he had been unfaithful, leaving her to raise adopted son Louis by herself.

Bryan has daughter Skylar, now 22, with ex fiancée Janine, who died after a heroin overdose in 2004. This reportedly triggered him to change and he's been clean since 2007; however he's still said to owe a lot of money in child support.

"Sandra says Bryan's a great father to Skylar. She believes everyone deserves a second chance and just wants everyone to accept him," the source added.

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