Sandra Bullock: Bye Bye Hollywood

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Sandra Bullock is set to ditch Beverly Hills to buy a bar with dangerous new boyfriend Bryan Randall in the hills of quiet Wyoming!

The curious new duo’s shocking plans include moving into Sandra’s $1.5 million Jackson Hole hideaway full time with her 91-year-old ailing dad, John, insiders exclusively told The National ENQUIRER.

“John’s at the age where it’s becoming more difficult for him to be alone,” according to a source close to the Oscar-winning actress. “Sandra realizes he needs to be properly looked after, and moving everybody into her retreat is the perfect solution for everybody!”

But pals are afraid Sandra may be moving too fast with her new guy who has a troubling past.

As The ENQUIRER exclusively revealed, Bryan is a violent drug abuser with a criminal history.

He was picked up on a DUI in 1988, tore up a hotel room in 1990 and had an order of protection levied against him by a neighbor who said the hulking 6-foot-2 photographer had menaced him in 2012.

Despite the troubling revelations about Bryan, the “Miss Congeniality” star and her dad have put his $4.2 million log cabin-style home on the market, along with an apartment building he owns for an additional $1.8 million.

Sandra and Bryan are also making a multi-million dollar bid to buy her favorite watering hole, The Million Dollar Cowboy bar, where she spent her 50th birthday.

Both Sandra, 51, and Bryan, 49, have told pals this is the beginning of an exciting new chapter in their lives.

“Sandy’s really excited about sharing this dream of opening a business with Bryan,” said the source. “Now it’s becoming a reality, and the bonus of being able to take care of her dad is priceless to her.”

Bar owners Art and Carol Anderson told The ENQUIRER they’ve been in sales talks with Sandra and that she’s one of their favorite regulars.

But as much as they love her, they promise to make a hard bargain for the place.

“It’ll take a lot of money to take it off our hands,” Art said.

Precisely $10 million, according to sources close to the deal.