Skip to comments.Tiger's Fourth Mistress Jamie Jungers Telling All To Today Show
Posted on 12/10/2009 7:52:52 PM PST by Dr. Scarpetta
Jamie Jungers is capitalizing on her piece of the Tiger Woods pie.
RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively that the 26-year-old Las Vegas cocktail waitress will tell her story to The Today Show and will reveal the intimate details of their affair to the network morning show on FRIDAY.
Several reports have claimed Jungerswho says she dated Woods for two years between 2005 and 2007--- used money given to her by the golfer to pay for liposuction. But a rep for Jungers says not so.
(Excerpt) Read more at radaronline.com ...
He got married in 2005, and the first baby was born in 2007.
He was busy.
Isn’t this a bit low for The Today Show? Enough already. Enough.
All right, so he’s a dog. Enough already!
A cutie f’sure.
It's all about ratings.
The story won't go away. The paparazzi is in charge of digging up the dirt. This is their thing.
Okay, Tiger’s a horndog. Why should I care? It’s between him and his wife. Tiger Woods doesn’t owe me a thing.
Why would he have fooled around with a gal who was so fat she needed liposuction?
Man, this guy needs a Chastity Fly!
The sports media & the mainstreams covered up this story for YEARS. Who knows what they covered up about Obama. Thanks to the tabloids the truth is coming out.
Hey, that's right, come to think of it, I did the funky monkey with a Tiger in the Woods.
I read that his name is now Cheetah Woods.
I don’t think it is “dating” when one of the participants is married? Can we not talk to all the dimwits who did the guy?
Yes, but Obama is important and Woods isn’t, unless you’re a professional golf junkie.
I'm pretty sure it is also not called "dating" when one person is paying the other for these sorts of services.
Kind of like Obama's current Hope and Change three-card monte game.
Seems the Today Show is hurting for real news. Why would they want to hear the lurid details of an affair of someone? Not me. Will never sit and listen to any kind of trash like that no matter who it is. Shame on them all.
And even the tabloids were bought during this incredible PR run. The Enquirer supposedly spiked a story in 2007 to have Tiger Woods on a front page of a sister publication (Men's Fitness).
The paparazzi & the tabloids need to go after politicians. The mainstreams are worthless.
I think it's fine for ESPN and the sporting news agencies and the tabloids to cover it. And, it is ridiculous that the Today show is going to be giving a tramp any time on-air. But, you're kidding yourself if you think this is taking away from critical coverage on Obama. They would sooner do a story on a bowling tournament in Lima, OH, before they say anything negative about Barry.
If it wasn't for the Tiger story, they'd still be talking about John Ensign. They still haven't mentioned anything about the Dem Senator from Montana - Baucus - recommending his girlfriend for US Attorney.
I read at Radaronline.com that he was with one of the women the night before he was married. I think is was one of the porn girls.
Radar on Line will make his life a living hell. They’re relentless when they get on a big story. $$$$$$$$$$$
are you kidding?
the richest most popular ahtlete in the history of the world has just been found out to be a total fraud and in a matter of weeks could lose almost everything he’s worked for his entire life(including his family, his straightlaced wholesome family man image and hundreds of millions if not billions of dollars in endorsements) is not news that should get attention or be talked about?
no offense but what planet are you on?
It’s all a matter of context. The dictionary gives one definition, a vice cop will give you another.
Like a bull dates a cow.
Nothing is too low for the National Barack Channel's morning moron-a-thon.
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