On their latest criminal hunt, Dog The Bounty Hunter and his wife, Beth, set out to find Tiger Woods' tragic ex-mistress, Jamie Jungers. Though they expected to simply bring the former jailbird in after her many run-ins with the law, what they found was something much more devastating. Click through RadarOnline.com's gallery to see shocking photos of their findings and learn more.
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Jamie Jungers, 35, has hit rock bottom. After a week of searching for the wild child, Dog The Bounty Hunter, 65, and Beth, 51, found her nearly unconscious inside a mucky drug house — and the entire horrific incident was caught on camera.
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Jungers — who is better known as Tiger Woods' former mistress — seemed dazed and confused while in the shabby house. Terrifying photos show her looking disheveled and drugged out before being saved by the reality stars.
As RadarOnline.com exclusively reported, the troubled beauty has faced many criminal issues ever since she split from Tiger Woods, 42, in 2009. In November 2016, she was arrested for three failed court appearances, and even spent 13 days behind bars. Prior to that, she received six charges of stealing and defrauding her own father, Douglas Jungers. In a 2016 interview with The Sun, Jungers even blamed the golf pro for her troubles, saying that she became a drug and alcohol addict after their messy affair. Will Jamie Jungers be ok? Stay with RadarOnline.com for updates.
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