These women — posing provocatively for Vanity Fair magazine — claim to have had heated affairs with Tiger Woods. They tell similar tales of a voracious Woods always requesting sex, constantly asking the women to satisfy his seemingly unquenchable sexual needs.
Mindy Lawton, a 34-year-old Perkins restaurant hostess in Woods hometown, says they would meet at CVS Pharmacy where she would follow him home to his family’s exclusive Florida mansion for sex in the den, the kitchen, the garage, but never in the master bedroom.
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There were similar accounts of Woods’ constant need for sex from Jamie Jungers, who met Woods in a nightclub. He even had a nickname for Jamie, “coffee cup.”
“Every time we saw each other, it was like we became more and more comfortable with each other, just became more of an actual relationship boyfriend/girlfriend relationship,” Jungers said.
Another common thread is that these women say Woods was cheap.
Jamie Jungers claims Woods only flew her in coach. Jungers’ mother thought she should demand first class.
Mindy Lawton says Woods bought her dinner, but only once.
Seal directly contradicts Woods’ assertion that his friends and managers had no idea of his extramarital affairs. The women say Woods’ entourage managed the relationships.
When The National Enquirer threatened to run a story about Woods’ alleged affair with restaurant hostess Mindy Lawton, including salacious details, she says Woods told her to call his agent Mark Steinberg.
One of Woods’ early advisors believed Woods was surrounded by bad news. He was “swimming with the whales” at the Las Vegas casinos alongside high rollers Michael Jordan and Charles Barkley.
That former advisor claims that had Woods been surrounded by better managers and friends, his iconic success story would never been tarnished by a scandalous secret life.