Saturday, December 20, 2014

Tattle: Tiger shtups as dad dies

Jamie Jungers told <i>News of the World</i> that she had sex with Tiger in his marital bed in May 2006, on the night his father died.
Jamie Jungers told News of the World that she had sex with Tiger in his marital bed in May 2006, on the night his father died.
Jamie Jungers told <i>News of the World</i> that she had sex with Tiger in his marital bed in May 2006, on the night his father died. Gallery: Tattle: Tiger shtups as dad dies

FOLLOWING IN THE naked footsteps of Tiger mistress Mindy Lawton, a second Tiger mistress has chatted with Britain's News of the World.

It's probably best that the World's No. 1 golfer is taking some time away from the links.

Jamie Jungers told NotW that she had sex with Tiger in his marital bed in May 2006, on the night his father died.

Yikes.

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    According to Jamie, Tiger had visited his dad in a hospice, while she waited for him at his home, and when he returned the pair worked away Tiger's stress.

    Everyone deals with grief differently.

    As they lay in bed after sex, Tiger got the early morning call telling him his dad had died.

    "I was beside him wearing nothing but a pair of panties," Jamie said.

    "I told him, 'I'm so sorry' and gave him a hug. I didn't want to be in the way so I arranged a flight home to Vegas."

    Jamie told News of the World that their relationship ended six months later when Tiger wouldn't cough up some cash to help her get her own place.

    "He's a cheap f---er," said Jamie, sounding like a prostitute who got stiffed after getting stiffed. "He just didn't want to help me."

    Jamie said that their affair began in the summer of 2005, a few months after Tiger married Elin Nordegren and continued after the death of Earl Woods.

    The day after he passed away, Jamie said that Tiger called her: "I didn't expect to hear from him for a while. I thought he would be busy having just lost his dad."

    You would think.

    "But he told me how much he appreciated me being there with him and thanked me for my support."

    Jamie said that she first met Tiger in Las Vegas and after a night of "wild and crazy" sex in his room at the MGM Grand, she met him the next weekend at the Chicago Open. Tiger told her an aide would make the arrangements.

    See, when you're rich they're called "aides."

    A few weeks later, Tiger brought Jamie home.

    "There were recent pictures of him and Elin, as well as their wedding photos," she said. "That did make me feel bad for his wife. I'd hate someone to do that to me."

    But did that stop her?

    "I knew it wasn't right and I did try to put a stop to things but Tiger would pull me into his arms and on to the bed and beg me not to go. He'd tell me, 'But I love being around you'. And the truth is, I loved being around him."

    Where Elin was when all this was going on is unclear, but Jamie told News of the World that wifey was away and that she had the run of the house.

    "I'd get up in the morning and he'd be downstairs eating a bowl of Lucky Charms cereal on the sofa and watching cartoons like a kid."

    Just like Jamie, they're "naturally delicious."

    Having lived in Tiger's home - turns out that he was a cereal philanderer - what ended up hurting Jamie's feelings the most was learning that Elin was pregnant with Tiger's first child.

    "Clearly all the time he was sleeping with me he was still sleeping with her - yet I had managed to convince myself he wasn't," Miss Deluded said.

    As for Tiger not liking to part with a buck, Jamie said, "Tiger was always tight with money. When we'd go out for dinner, he never left a tip or he'd ask for the meal to be complimentary because he was 'Tiger Woods'. I just thought that was cheap and it always embarrassed me."

    Can you imagine that? She thought he was "cheap."

    And where did these two lustbirds go out to dinner without anybody seeing them? Or did people just assume Jamie, a platinum blonde, was Elin?

    "I never expected him to buy me anything," Jamie said. "But he's the richest sports star on the planet and he never once bought me a gift - not even for Christmas or my birthday.

    Hanukkah?

    "Once, when we were in Las Vegas, playing blackjack in the MGM Grand's private gambling room, he won hundreds of thousands of dollars."

    Ah, we were waiting for the gambling issue to surface.

    "He had it all there in his pockets yet never thought once about giving me a chip or letting me have a turn on him. He was very, very stingy with his money."

    Oh, Jamie, he was thinking about letting you have a turn on him.

    And when she needed money, "I was in tears as I begged Tiger to give me financial assistance," she said. "He just batted me away and told me, 'Look, don't worry, babe. I'm sure everything will work itself out.'"

    And so it has.

    * Global consulting firm Accenture has ended its relationship with Tiger, marking the first major sponsor to completely cut ties with golf's top swinger.

    In its first statement since the Woods' scandal erupted, Accenture said yesterday the golfer is "no longer the right representative" after the "circumstances of the last two weeks." The move ends a six-year relationship during which the firm credited its "Go on, be a Tiger" campaign with boosting its image significantly.

    The firm plans to immediately transition to a new ad campaign.

    While not terminating their relationship completely, Woods sponsor Gillette said this weekend that it would minimize his presence.

    EA Sports, which has been selling Tiger video golf games for a decade, said yesterday, "We respect that this is a very difficult, and private, situation for Tiger and his family. At this time, the strategy for our Tiger Woods PGA TOUR business remains unchanged."

    We think that they should come up with an interactive P.O.V. game featuring Tiger off the course.

    For Tiger's other sponsors it's even easier: AT&T said yesterday that it's evaluating its relationship with Tiger. We say they should change their campaign:

    "How does Tiger Woods keep in touch with a dozen different mistresses without dropping his connection? AT&T."

    And how about:

    "When you've got sex scheduled for 10 a.m., a 1 p.m. tee time, sex again at 7 p.m. and have to squeeze in a few minutes with your wife and kids, you need a watch that will always run on time. That's why Tiger Woods wears Tag Heuer."

    * Never willing to let a tie-in opportunity go to waste, porn star Holly Sampson, who claims that she was one of the many blondes to share a bed with Tiger, will make a porn film with a golf theme.

    TMZ.com reports Holly was seen at Vivid Entertainment with boss Steve Hirsch holding a script reading "Holly Sampson Golf Project."

    She needs a script?

    Tattbits

    * Jamaican reggae star Buju Banton (aka Mark Anthony Myrie) is facing a drug charge in Florida.

    He's been in U.S. federal custody in Miami since Thursday.

    Drug Enforcement Administration spokesman David Melenkevitz said yesterday that Banton was arrested on a charge of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute more than five kilograms of cocaine. The charge stems from a DEA case in Tampa.

    * In case you missed it, former Playboy model Kendra Wilkinson and former Eagle wide receiver Hank Baskett welcomed Hank Baskett IV early Friday morning in Indianapolis.

    Hank IV was delivered via C-section (just like Tattle was years ago) and the future lineman tipped the scales at 9 pounds, 5 ounces.

    * The Daily News Yo! section has Steve & Mia and now the New York Post has . . . Ashley Dupre, the former call girl turned "Ask Ashley" sex columnist.

    We're really not sure how you convince young women not to become prostitutes when it seems like a wiser career choice every day.

    No one else could get a job in journalism.

    Daily News wire services contributed to this report.

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