Whoa! Don't Mess With Sandra Bullock! She Tells 'Today Show' — If You Spill Her Secrets, She'll 'Cut' You!

Tue, August 31, 2010 9:20am EST by 1 Comment


Sandra Bullock sat down with Today Show host Matt Lauer for a heart-to-heart interview. The new mom revealed that even though she appears to be “Miss Congeniality” it’s in your best interest NOT to cross her!

Sandra Bullock makes it clear that she won’t tolerate betrayal in her interview with Matt Lauer that aired Aug. 31 on the Today Show. “I will take them down,” the new mom of baby Louis, 7 months, reveals during her chat with Matt.

She explains that Louis’ adoption, which began four years ago, was kept secret by “good people with integrity.”

“Human beings exist that have integrity that know how to keep their mouth shut. That know the bigger picture, that don’t sell out their friends,” Sandra says. “I was blessed with the same friends I’ve had since before things got really special for me and blessed in life. And when things get bad, they’re still the same friends. And –you know, it — everything passes. It all passes. But they just, you know, they know if they screw up they’re not coming on the next vacation. I’m not going to babysit their kids. I will cut them. I will take them down.”

Yikes! But if you’d been betrayed as publicly as Sandra was earlier this year when her husband Jesse James‘ indiscretions with heavily tattooed Michelle “Bombshell” McGee came to light, you might feel the same way too. Adding to her fierce demeanor — her new son, who has brought out Sandra’s protective instincts.

Sandra calls Louis, who was born in New Orleans, her “little Cajun Cookie,” and admits that she didn’t think she’d end up with a son when she began the adoption process.

“Everything works out the way the universe wants it to work out,” she says in the interview which airs tomorrow morning.”We don’t have any boys in our family. Boy, is everyone really happy about that. So, he’s like the crown prince. You know, it’s nothing but girls in our family … It was just the hierarchy that needed to be broken.”


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