"I do not target famous men. What other women do? I can't say anything for them," McGee told TV's "Inside Edition." "But it's the man's responsibility. They're the ones in the marriage. They need to keep their vows. It's very easy to say: 'You know what? I'm a married man.' They can easily walk away. … It baffles me to this day why the mistresses get all the heat when Tiger Woods can go to the Masters and get a standing ovation for returning back to golf after he wrecked his marriage and had all those mistresses. … Why are these men getting off scot free while the mistresses are considered whores? And, we're stepped on and we're booed and we're called nasty names. I think it is a double standard."
McGee, a tattoo model and stripper, announced last month she was engaged in a long-term sexual relationship with James while he was married to actress Sandra Bullock. The disclosure was made shortly after Bullock won her first Oscar for her performance in "The Blind Side." Since then, several other women have come forward to allege they have had sex with James, a celebrity motorcycle mechanic and former star of "Monster Garage" and "The Celebrity Apprentice."
Bullock has made no public appearances since the announcement and is believed to have moved out of the marital home. The actress also has not commented on various salacious stories surrounding her marriage other than to say an online report claiming she made a sex tape with James is untrue.
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