Jessi Combs, a Television personality well known for her roles in Myth Busters and Xtreme 4×4, was widely considered to be a lesbian. In contrast to this, it has also been revealed that she has a new sexy boyfriend in her lavish life.
Jessi Combs is reportedly spotted with Chris Jacobs
What’s the truth? Combs has reportedly denied the rumour that she is a lesbian. In fact, it has been in thenews that she is going out with a new guy – sexy and charming. Who might it be?
According to the sources, her new secret life boyfriend could be Chris Jacobs, who will be hosting the 6th season of Discovery Channel show Overhaulin.
Well, it seems like a good choice – both of them have their passion for automobiles.
Combs on Instagram:
Since the starting day of the shoot ofXtreme 4x4, Combs and Jacobs were spotted to have been mingling with each other. They made out well together: posting photos of a lot of birthdays and parties.
It has been speculated that they already have a deep chemistry going on between them. Who knows, Jacobs might just be the one holding her hand and walking in the church, maybe soon enough.
Jessi Combs also met her ex-husband, Ian Johnson, while doing the show Xtreme 4×4.
Jessi Combs with her team:
From almost every corner of #England, that's a wrap for another 5 episodes of #thelist1001carthingstodobeforeyoudie! Thanks to my #AOL @autoblog crew for another epic journey... I am beyond grateful to work with such an fun and efficient team. #brotherfromanothermother ps - yes, that is a #Defender behind us... so #rad to drive that [banned] heritage.
Jessi Combs survived a motorcycle accident
In 2014, Jessi Combs had a motorcycle accident. According to the reports, she collided with a car in front her. The doctors said that she had some minor injuries including scars and few cuts, no fractures, fortunately. The best thing is that she survived the accident, which could have been fatal.
It’s doubtful whose mistake was it: the car driver or Combs herself. Perhaps, being the land speed record holder, Jessi Combs was going a little out of control on the road. Here's her record-setting ride:
After being taken to the hospital, she said on facebook: “Just left the hospital… couldn’t have been luckier in this accident! We could literally see the main artery pumping AND the nerve that gives feeling to my foot. No broken bones, tho there was multiple chip fractures the orthopedic cleaned out during surgery. Could have been way worse! If I wasn’t wearing leather boots, I may not have a foot. Thank you, thank you, thank you for all of your good wishes!!! You guys never seem to amaze me when it’s time to rally! Your support will be forever cherished.”
With rumors hovering all around about the chemistry with the newly found boyfriend, Jessi Combs ought to be careful about herself now onwards.
[Update] Jessi Combs Passed Away
The jet speed car racer, Jessi Combs died in a crash while attempting to break a land screen record. Combs is said to be the sole fatality of the accident that took place on Tuesday. The fastest women on four wheels, was in a jet car attempting to break a land screen record in Oregon's Alvord Desert. Jessi was a professional speed racer and former host of Mythbusters.
Combs had become the fastest woman on four wheels in 2013 at the North American Eagle Supersonic Speed Challenger, setting a record of 640 kph. Later in October, she had set a new top speed of 777.6 kph in a shakedown run. In hopes of striving a new record, the 39-year-old drove The Northern American Eagle, a supersonic vehicle made up of fuselage of a jet plane but ended up losing her life. She was surrounded by her family and loved ones at the time of her death.
This was not the first time the racer drove The Northern American Eagle. In September 2018, Combs drove the vehicle on the Alvord Dry Lake Bed but couldn't continue as it malfunctioned causing the door to rip off mid-run. Terry Madden, Comb's partner, and teammate said that she died in a "horrific accident" and took to Instagram to share his grief. Former Mythbuster host, Adam tweeted that "She was a brilliant builder, engineer, driver, fabricator, and science communicator, who strive every day to encourage others by her prodigious example."
Plenty of her former Mythbusters cast shared their tributes towards Combs. According to Harney County, Sheriff Brian Needham The cause of death is still under investigation.