EXCLUSIVE: Tiger Woods Cheating Scandal Grows, Other Woman Coming Forward With Voicemails

Several other women are coming forward claiming they had affairs with Tiger Woods, RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively.

What’s more, one of these women claims to have proof in the form of voice mails from the golfing great. The voice mails are said to be explosive.

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RadarOnline.com has not heard the voice mails and verified their authenticity.

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But we have confirmed that at least two more women are being linked to Tiger in sexual affairs. One of those women is Jaimee Grubbs and she has come forward to US Weekly. That story will be published Thursday.

RadarOnline.com also exclusively learned that ANOTHER woman has voice mails from Tiger and is in talks with a national outlet to reveal her sexual affair with the golfing great.

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Several national media outlets are in contact with other women who say the have had sexual contact with Tiger while he was married.

It all adds up to the Tiger cheating scandal turning into an even bigger national story, despite his attempts to defuse various reports with a statement on his web site asking for privacy and attacking rumors.

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Tiger has given no interviews after his early morning one-car crash November 27. A day before the crash, the National Enquirer published an exclusive story linking him to Rachel Uchitel, a party planner who has vehemently denied an affair with Tiger. But Rachel has been caught in several inconsistencies.

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RadarOnline.com has confirmed that Rachel had an affair with married TV actor David Boreanaz earlier this year — while his wife was pregnant.

And Rachel has offered little explanation about how she ended up in Australia at the same time and at the same hotel as Tiger just weeks ago.

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