Lawyers for a Florida hooker who is selling a sex tape purporting to feature Tiger Woods are demanding an apology from a Philadelphia boxer who claims he was paid to pose as the golf great.
Speaking exclusively to RadarOnline.com, Devon's husband, Nick James, revealed the couple's legal team had made contact with Goyco's attorney, Stephanie Ovadia, to demand he admit he "has not even met us" -- or else face a lawsuit.
And he also claimed pre-sales of the alleged XXX video have already netted $141,000.
"We will not only sue him but sue the attorney, and put in a bar complaint for her taking frivolous lawsuits."
He also said that Devon called him "Tiger" throughout the filmed 'tape trick'.
Ovadia, who became Goyco's legal counsel on Tuesday, told RadarOnline.com Tuesday night: "We're still investigating the matter to see if there was any misrepresentation."
She promised Goyco would "take every legal avenue available" against Devon and Nick "if in fact there has been a misrepresentation by the parties".
Devon James, who is peddling a purported "real" sex tape of her and Tiger, told RadarOnline.com exclusively: "I literally have no clue who this person is.
"What I can promise you though... is that my attorney will be crushing this."
Nick, who brokered the tape to a DVD production company for $350,000, said he would "not stop until it is known that he (Teneal) is a fraud".
Despite the tough talk, neither Devon or Nick have offered any proof of the tape and they have repeatedly refused to allow RadarOnline.com to view any portion of the film to prove it is indeed the golf great.
But Nick said: "My wife is a porn star; she gets paid to make porn, she doesn't pay men -- that is a joke. Do you know how many men contact us daily... begging her to film for free?"
RadarOnline.com's calls for comment to the James' attorney, Kallan Eslich, were not returned.