Archived from on July 16, 2010. Following her release from federal prison, she spent time living in a half-way house in Oregon. She added that another reason she was retiring was to focus more on raising her child. Lindemulder attempted to branch out into mainstream films early in her career. She also appeared on Stern's television and radio shows as a featured guest.
During her initial tenure with Vivid, Lindemulder continued to branch out into other forms of entertainment. In 2010 Lindemulder opposed James' planned move to , introducing evidence that Sunny stayed with during Lindemulder's rehab stint in Arizona. She appeared several more times in Penthouse over the next ten years, and was chosen as Pet of the Year Runner-Up for 1990. Janine became angry when she arrived back at the house and discovered Jesse loading her possessions into a truck. Two days later, Lindemulder was arrested at her Texas home on harassment charges for calling James more than 25 times in the span of a few days.
She went on to act in other lower-tier mainstream films, including and. Both films achieved minimal success. She was released, after serving four months, on July 13, 2009. She had previously been arrested on similar charges of sending threatening emails and voicemails to James. Lindemulder married founder on October 20, 2002. She was planning to blog from prison by writing letters to her webmaster and complete her. Archived from on October 2, 2008.
She also appeared in several other music videos. Her retirement lasted until April 2004, when she announced that she would be making a comeback — now, performing with men and women. Archived from on January 30, 2009. Lindemulder and James, who had one daughter together, Sunny James, on January 1, 2004, and divorced in 2004. In January 2006 she won two. Lindemulder has weekly visitation rights limited to daytime hours.
Her first film scene with a male was with in Maneater. Lindemulder was incarcerated at the , in. James filed for a temporary restraining order and legal separation from Janine Lindemulder in May 2003, after she attacked him in their Seal Beach, California house. Their marriage was documented in the special Motorcycle Mania 3. Upon Lindemulder's release, James and Lindemulder engaged in a custody battle over their daughter.
Her first Vivid release was titled Parlor Games, and she would go on to be featured in over fifty other titles for the company. Under the terms of her original Vivid contract, Lindemulder only performed sex scenes with other women. Archived from on September 29, 2007. Known as Moving Target in English-speaking countries, she was credited as Janine Linde; the film also starred of fame. She formed half of the duo , along with fellow adult film performer ; the duo even headlined several videos for Vivid. In December 2008, Lindemulder began serving a six-month federal prison sentence.
. The presentation showed a wide range of their relationship: from the marriage ceremony, to Lindemulder throwing a vase at James and being arrested for domestic abuse. During Lindemulder's incarceration, Jesse James was awarded custody of their daughter, Sunny. She punched me in the face several times. District Court for the District of Oregon.
Archived from on November 2, 2015. In July 2011, James was awarded full custody of Sunny. James also claimed that Lindemulder punched him in the eye on February 13, 2003 - and attempted to run him over with a vehicle in May of that year. Archived from on October 7, 2007. Her April 2007 film Janine Loves Jenna co-stars. Lindemulder has appeared in several music videos for bands including as well as appearing on the band's album cover. Her request for expanded visitation rights was denied by an Orange County family court.
She is of Dutch, French, German and Native American descent. They had a son, Grant Tyler Motshagen,born July 12, 1991. Her first role came in the 1988 Italian film titled Bersaglio sull'autostrada. In August 2008, Lindemulder pleaded guilty to federal misdemeanor charges of willful failure to pay federal income taxes. She signed with her former company, Vivid Video, and starred in eight new films.