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Posted on 12/05/2009 1:00:13 PM PST by FTJM
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Maybe Tiger’s going for the record book... Wilt Chamberlin’s record.
The Tiger Woods scandal does not seem to be slowing. Access Hollywood has just reported that there may be a connection between Rachel Uchitel and New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter.
Access Hollywood reported that Tiger Woods may have initially met Rachel Uchitel at a party thrown by Derek Jeter.
Rachel Uchitel may have been romantically linked to both Derek Jeter and A-Rod Alex Rodriguez prior to her alleged affair with Tiger Woods.
Once is an error
More than once is deliberate Disobedience of Oath
Given before God and Witnesses
Perhaps with Confession, Penance, and Repentance
He can prevent further harm
But I'd not trust him with my Dog
Much less my Daughter
Rachel Uchitel Snags At Least $1 Million in Settlement with Tiger Woods
4th Alleged Tiger Woods Mistress Lawyers Up
The other half are Asian and the third half are black.
Pretty soon, more women will have claimed to have been intimate with Tiger, than people who claimed they were at Woodstock.
The worst cheaters are the ones who LIE about their wives.
Some even take their wedding rings off before hitting the night clubs or bars.
Woods is scum of the lowest order.
If the damn PGA keeps Woods around after all of this, then they should lose all credibility with people who have a sense of personal responsibilty and moral integrity.
I had that same question! Why aren’t the defenders of all black people thumping their golf-playing hero for not having played a few b(l)ack holes as well? Is The Tiger Racist?
....uh and that record is not 100 points in a NBA game.
TMZ has learned the alleged mistress — that’s number four on your scorecards — claims this relationship didn’t originate in Vegas, it started near Tiger’s home in Orlando.
The women — a former VIP cocktail server (sounds familiar) — has hired Orlando attorney Michael O’Quinn to address the media with her story very soon.
We’re told the woman claims she began having the alleged affair with Tiger back in 2004 — when she was 20-years-old — and insists the affair lasted for more than two years.
Everyone gets a turn.
Reportedly she’s got an Orlando lawyer named Michael O’Quinn of Fowler and O’Quinn to represent her and make an announcement to the press. TMZ sources claim the woman is (like Jaimie Grubbs) a cocktail waitress who claims to have met Woods in 2004 when she was 20-years old and says they had a two-year relationship. 2004 was the year Woods married Elin Nordegren.
Michael O’Quinn is well-known in Orlando business as part of the Arena Football League Orlando Predators ownership group. According to his firm’s website, he specializes in “real estate and eminent domain litigation, transactional and commercial real estate matters and general business law,” so he may be a bit out of his league in this arena.
No offense to the well-connected Mr. O’Quinn but the person should have hired an entertainment lawyer who’s used to the huge media interplay O’Quinn’s about to be involved in. Still, O’Quinn may be representing her as a friend and for the massive exposure he’s going to get and has already enjoyed. But if there are holes in her story, the result could be a blast of negative PR for her and possibly O’Quinn. That’s the risk he takes on here.
Meanwhile Woods public image is taking a massive beating in the media, with US Magazine taking the lead. The rag not only was rumored to have paid $150,000 for Jamie Grubbs affair story and voicemail, but now has information about Tiger Woods relationship and communications with nightclub executive Rachel Uchitel.
In many cultures, successful men take on mistresses. Just sayin’, not agreein’.
hot hot hot!
Is that the young Helen or the old Helen?
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