Tiger Woods' Secret Life: It's Not Pretty

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He's cheap, fast, and dirty.

Those are just a few of the descriptions from Tiger Woods' mistresses interviewed in "The Temptation of Tiger Woods"  published in the new issue of Vanity Fair.

Chock full of glamour shots of the ladies who serviced Tiger; reporter Mark Seal offers an in-depth look at the golf star's peccadilloes. Some of which, you'll wish you'd never heard.

Check out the video at the bottom of the piece for the sexy photo shoots of these women who took a very low road to fame, and you'll wonder why ladies weren't coming out of the woodwork long before the golf club-meets-car window incident. Clearly, they are reveling in the attention.

One of the most cringe-worthy revelations: Perkins waitress and Tiger mistress Mindy Lawton claims after having sex in a car at 5:30 a.m. while she was menstruating (I know ... doesn't seem like it can get more salacious after that, but wait ...) a National Enquirer reporter picked up her tampon from the parking lot and threatened to expose the affair.

Check out this preview of the tawdriness at Vanity Fair; then go take a shower.

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Cafe Kim Cafe Kim

DIRTY! Ugh. Barf.

MomIWant MomIWant

This is an all new low - GROSS! Frankly, a golf club to the head was way to good for that piece of work!

Cafe... Cafe Sheri

Wow, what a charmer. {{gag reflex}} If this is stuff we're finding out about "good guy" Tiger, just wait for what more we're gonna hear from "bad boy" Jesse's girls...

wahum... wahumommy0504

Here's the thing...while I completely agree that Tiger is a scumbag, I also just want to say LET IT GO!!! I heard someone on the news today say that Tiger "held himself up as a paragon of family values." I'm sorry, never once have I ever seen Tiger Woods say such a thing on a Gatorade, Nike or Oldsmobile (or Buick, whatever...) commercial. The more the media insists on talking about this the worse it is for those of us who are truly trying to raise our families with Christian values. Between this and the RNC "scandals" being reported I actually had to turn the Today Show off this morning. Scandals only become scandals because people pay attention to them. I for one would appreciate not being inundated with information about sports figures and other celebrities personal lives.

madfoot madfoot

you totally have a point. i was just looking at the article about Tiger in the NY Times Magazine and thought to myself, I didn't give much of a crap about this guy BEFORE i found out he was a dirty birdie. Now I can't get away from him, everyone on Facebook has an opinion, and I just... don't... care.

nonmember avatar CLB

It seems that the media is determined to continue relentlessly haunting Tiger Woods and his family. The media has been acting beastly towards Tiger and his family, like a ferocious, rabid animal wanting to destroy them! There seems to be a kind of vindictiveness in the media that goes beyond high ratings and sales and I wonder what could be the reason for this? Tiger apologized to everyone and accepted that what he did was very wrong. Tiger said that he was very sorry and that he was making amendments. Tiger is trying to put his life back together and he has a right to do so. Tiger wants to save his marriage and family. Why is the media so much against this? Why the media cannot let Tiger and his family to move on with their life?

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