Motorcycle mogul Jesse James has found love again with racecar driver Alexis DeJoria according to reports this week.
Rumors suggest that James, 43, and 35-year-old DeJoria became engaged just one month after they began dating.
DeJoria, who is the daughter of Paul Mitchell hair co-founder John Paul DeJoria, confirmed the engagement on Twitter after responding to criticism from her fans.
One fan disapproved of the engagement between James and DeJoria, posting: "I used to admire you now I feel sorry for you. Moving in and getting engaged to a guy you've been dating for a month."
DeJoria defended: "Am I supposed to wait till I'm married to sleep with a man too?! Lol! You've been brainwashed into what society says is right."
The marriage will be James' fourth; the West Coast Choppers CEO was married to Karla James with whom he shares two children, adult film star Janine Lindemulder with whom he has one child, and to actress Sandra Bullock.
Alternately, James' new love interest DeJoria is the mother of 9-year-old Isabella. The pair have not commented on their reported engagement.
James was also formerly engaged to "L.A. Ink" star Kat Von D, but the pair broke it off last year.
Earlier this year, James opened up about his failed relationships with Bullock as well as Von D. While Bullock, and James cited "conflict of personalities" after their five-year marriage, it was rumored that the motorcycle magnate had cheated. He later admitted infidelity.
"I think I've paid the price, and then some, you know," said James speaking to Yahoo's OMG! in April.
"I don't know anybody anywhere that's had to endure what I had to endure for basically infidelity," he added. "It's just the nature of my life. People will always want me sainted one minute, and strung up the next."
Although Bullock remained mum on her divorce, James issued a public apology to the "Miss Congeniality" star at the time.
"I stood up like a man and admitted my wrongs and what I did and all that did is make every tabloid everywhere across the world come after me even harder," continued James, according to Yahoo. "I'm strong, I can take it."