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EXCLUSIVE: Tiger Woods Sex Tape 'Real', Says Hooker's Husband; Rejects Claim It Was Faked


Oct. 7 2010, Published 6:26 a.m. ET

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The husband of a hooker embroiled in claims she used a stunt double of disgraced golfer Tiger Woods to star in a fake sex tape has insisted to "we have the real guy".

While there is no proof, yet, that Tiger foolishly allowed himself to be filmed during intercourse, Devon James has unveiled a website, promising viewers a glimpse at 'Tiger Wood's former girl playing all the holes'.

Devon, a call girl who has said Tiger was "nasty... dirty, bad, bad, bad" in the bedroom, said she sold a 62-minute tape to a DVD production company for $350,000, plus a cut of sales.

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The Florida porn star also alleges Tiger is the father of her nine-year-old son.

But her former manager, Gina Rodriguez, cast serious doubt on whether a tape even exists, revealing to how the couple had wanted to "find a Tiger look a like and make a tape", claiming they boasted "no one would know" of their scheme.

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

In an exclusive interview, Nick James, Devon's husband who brokered the tape, reacted furiously to Rodriguez and insisted: "Look the tape exists - the whole world will shortly see that the Tiger Woods sex tape is real!"

"F*** Gina Rodriguez - she does not know s***," he said.

"We have not spoken to her since August and she has never seen the tape and does not know anything about.

"We as porn producers so why would we hire a fake Tiger Woods when we have the real guy?

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"It is so ridiculous to suggest otherwise.

"It was shot in the condo in Tampa, Florida, and when it is released people will be able to see it for themselves."

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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"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," Rodriguez told

Nick said he and Devon planned to file their own lawsuit against Rodriguez, claiming they're owed $10,000 for unpaid services.

The porn entrepeneurs are hoping that alleged sex tape of the shamed golf superstar will net them millions of dollars, once it's released.

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