VIDEO: Tiger Woods’ Women Pose For Vanity Fair – Reveal New Details Of Affairs

It seems hard to believe that there are any details about Tiger Woods and his many women that have not yet been revealed – but the upcoming issue of Vanity Fair manages to unearth a few never before heard allegations.


Four of Tiger’s mistresses – Jamie Jungers, Mindy Lawton, Loredana Jolie Ferriolo and Michelle Braun – pose for the May issue, revealing new insight into Tiger and his many affairs.

According to three of the four women Tiger was exceedingly cheap, Mindy Lawton claims the only thing the multi-millionaire ever bought her was a chicken wrap from Subway!

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However, Loredana Jolie Ferriolo tells a different story, according to her she once went on a $15,000 shopping spree, charging all her purchases to Tiger’s room.

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The article also details Tiger’s gambling habit, claiming that he would play big, up to $30,000 a hand! Tiger’s preferred gambling partners were NBA greats Michael Jordan and Charles Barkley, however, he was warned by his management to distance himself from them to protect his image.

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Vanity Fair also alleges that Tiger’s beloved father, Earl, was not only a womanizer but was a heavy drinker too. Drinking till he reached near oblivion, even when he was scheduled to guest speak at awards shows.

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Woods has claimed that no-one in his inner circle knew about his indiscretions, something Jamie Jungers hotly disputes, claiming, “Every time I would fly out to see [Tiger] or schedule itineraries or anything, I would always go through Bryon [Bell],” Woods’ childhood friend and the president of Tiger Woods Design.

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To read more never before revealed details pick up the May issue of Vanity Fair, which hits newsstands in New York and Los Angeles on March 31 and nationwide on April 7.


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