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EXCLUSIVE: Tiger Woods Sex Tape A 'Scam' Claims Hooker's Ex Manager


Oct. 7 2010, Published 4:10 a.m. ET

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The alleged Tiger Woods sex tape is a "scam" and "doesn't exist" according to the former manager of the hooker who claims to have sold the rights, is exclusively reporting.

And Devon James even allegedly tried to find a look-a-like of the disgraced golfer to star in a fake tape.

Devon launched on Wednesday, with the promise to release a 62-minute video of the real Tiger.

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The site, featuring a cheeky photo of the self-proclaimed mistress, boasts how it will accept pre-orders for the alleged tape starting October 15.

But according to Gina Rodriguez, a former porn star turned manager-to-the-mistresses, Devon's declaration that the tape was "gonna be the bomb" is a boldface lie.

"It can't be - because the tape does not exist," Rodriguez told

"This is definitely a scam and I would advise anyone thinking of buying it to not send sending in your money for pre order, because the tape does not exist and if they have a tape, it's NOT Tiger."

Devon's husband, Nick James, has claimed the 62-minute video clearly shows Woods in 37 minutes worth of compromising positions.

It was filmed in a Tampa condo two years ago, he claimed.

"You can see him clearly," Nick said. "He's pretty dirty."

Rodriguez managed Devon until the pair split amid a barrage of personal insults; Devon called Rodriguez a "whore bag", "slut" and a "thief", prompting  a restraining order to be filed in a Los Angeles court.

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"Everything Devon has said and done thus far has been a lie, and I for one don't even believe she was with Tiger -- or that she has ever even met him," Rodriguez told

"Devon and Nick had me send their phones off to get checked out and they found nothing on the phone that related to Tiger."

When she confronted them about it, Rodriguez said Nick responded, "Well, we should just say there was texts on the phone."

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She told, "I believe he even said the same thing to the guy who actually checked the phones."

The former advisor also claimed Devon and Nick had once suggested employing a look-a-like of the philandering golfer to feature as a stunt double.

Rodriguez recalled, "Nick knew Tiger was not in any video so he said, 'We should find a Tiger look a like and make a tape, no one will know.'

"I told them that I would have no part of a fake tape."

Article continues below advertisement has not seen the tape and Nick and Devon, whose real name is Melinda Janette, have not provided any proof to verify its existence.

Even Devon's own mother, Sandra Brinling, has cast doubt about whether her prostitute daughter even slept with Tiger.

However, Devon, a self-described "porn queen", claims she was paid thousands of dollars for a steamy threesome with Tiger back in 2006, beginning a series of illicit trysts.

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Under the terms of the agreement for the video, Devon told she would split all revenue with the production company.

She and Nick, who helped sell the tape, could earn millions of dollars from the deal, they claimed.

An email to Woods' manager at IMG was not returned.

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