Jesse James' marital troubles continue to grow.
Three women have now come forward claiming they had affairs with the custom motorcycle builder while he was married to actress Sandra Bullock. In addition, details of a 2007 sexual harassment case he settled with a female employee who claimed James made repeated sexual advances, including sexual acts, toward her, have also surfaced.
Gloria Allred, whose firm represented the former high-level executive at James' custom bike shop West Coast Choppers who alleged harassment, declined to comment to ABCNews.com.
James' rep also declined to comment to ABCNews.com.
The former executive claimed the harassment took place between 2006 and 2007, a year after James married Bullock, 45, according to TMZ, which said it obtained a copy of the settlement documents.
In one suggestive e-mail that is purportedly between the two and TMZ said is included in the file, James, 40, wrote, "Need anything before I split?" The woman responded, "Some Tums."
James replied, "I have some special fluid that you can drink and it makes it all better."
TMZ reported that the former executive also claims she kept a T-shirt with evidence of a sexual encounter with James.
The employee quit in 2007 and hired Allred's firm to represent her. No lawsuit was filed but the woman settled the matter with James later that year for $725,000. According to TMZ, in the settlement documents, James neither admitted nor denied the allegations.
James and his troubled marriage have been under scrutiny since last week when tattoo model Michelle "Bombshell" McGee went public with what she claimed was an 11-month affair with James.
A second woman, stripper Melissa Smith, has claimed she had a two-year affair with the celebrity biker starting in 2006. Like McGee, Smith is heavily tattooed.
Smith has said that after she traveled to California to meet James, they began a sexual relationship that continued for two years.
Women Come out of the Woodwork
A day after Smith came forward, a third woman claimed she had a brief affair with James.
Los Angeles photographer Brigitte Daguerre told TMZ she was hired by James in 2008 for a photo shoot. She said they had sex four times but e-mailed and sent racy texts for a year.
One woman who is not surprised by the claims of infidelity is James' second wife, former porn star Janine Lindemulder.
Lindemulder has been engaged in a bitter months-long custody battle with James over their 6-year-old daughter, Sunny. James was awarded custody in December, but another hearing is scheduled for June, and Lindemulder's new husband reportedly believes that recent revelations about James could impact the case.
Lindemulder told In Touch magazine that James is a "chronic cheater."
"I feel sorry for Sandra because she was so in love with Jesse that she was blind and gullible," said Lindemulder, 41, who remains in a halfway house in Oregon after serving time for tax evasion."
"[Bullock] once said, 'I finally have a man who has my back.' And all I could think was, 'No, you have this man who does it behind your back,'" she said.
Lindemulder said James even continued to pursue her after he began dating Bullock. She rebuffed his advances but said she had phone sex with him.
"His famous line was, 'Tell me something nice,'" she said. "He would say he'd had a rough day and wanted you to tell him something nice. It was hard to say no to the guy."
US Weekly said James' infidelity was an open secret at West Coast Choppers.
An unnamed source told the magazine that the reality star would regularly post Internet ads searching for women. Another source added, "He sees their photos, answers the ads and invites the girls to his office."
Apparently, Bullock remained in the dark until now. "He is a whole other person when they're together," a source told US.