Jesse James also says there’s no sex tape.
A representative for the bad boy motorcycle mechanic joined his wife in denying a gossip site report alleging the couple made a sex tape, People reported.
The rep also denied in a statement to People Wednesday another Internet report that claimed James created at least a dozen other sexually explicit tapes with other women, films that reportedly featured disturbing Nazi-themed props.
"The claims of sex tapes are untrue and completely fabricated," James' rep told People.
James’ denial comes a day after Bullock broke her silence over the month-long cheating scandal to deny she'd participated in making an explicit video.
"There is no sex tape," Bullock said in a statement to People Tuesday.
"There never has been one and there never will be one," the Oscar winner said.
Bullock, who picked up her first Academy Award this year for her turn as a do-gooder football mom in "The Blind Side," had remained mum on her marriage to James since last month, when reports began to surface James had allegedly stepped out on her with some four other women.
Rumors swirled this week that James had a graphic sex tape in his possession that he could use against her in divorce proceedings, but Bullock, and now James, have categorically denied the existence of said tape.
James, 40, the motorcycle man who works as the CEO of West Coast Choppers, allegedly stepped out with four women and had a nearly year-long affair with "Bombshell" Michelle McGee, a tatted-up model who was caught in a leaked picture wearing Nazi garb.
Bullock and James were married in 2005. They share custody of three children from James' previous relationships.