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EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Tiger Woods' Mistress Jaimee Grubbs' Rant Against Native Americans

Dec. 9 2009, Published 3:08 p.m. ET

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Tiger Woods' mistress Jaimee Grubbs was brought up on a Colville Native American Reservation in Washington state and her father is a Native American but that didn't stop the fame-seeker from ranting against her people in TV reality show audition tape obtained exclusively by

"They get their free money, they drink and that's all that matters." Jaimee tells her interviewer about Native Americans.

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After growing up on the reservation Jaimee said she will never date a Native American man. "They fought, they drank. They are very aggressive," she said on tape.

Jaimee came forward recently and revealed her nearly two year affair with Tiger Woods. She described herself as a cocktail waitress but discovered she's been working in a medical marijuana store.

Perhaps she wasn't aware that Tiger is reportedly one-quarter American Indian because on the audition tape she rants: "On the reservation, you either stay there and drink or you get out and try something new."

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Something new like having an affair with a married man and then selling your story to the highest bidder? Jaimee has even hired a Los Angeles public relations firm to try to continue her 15 minutes of fame and line up TV interviews.

On the audition tape, she also says: " I like white boys, well tan white boys," and adds, "I hate long hair, Indians have long hair."

The reality show hopeful also told the interviewer that she had pretty low aspirations for her own life. "I wanted to be a supermarket bagger and that's when you know you need to leave."

The reality show never made it to air but Jaimee clearly is trying a new path to get public attention.



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