New Delhi :Barely 12 hours after the Florida Police found Tiger Woods guilty of no more than careless driving and let him off an investigation, a second woman has come forward claiming she had an affair with the world's top ranked golfer.
From Club Hostess to Cocktail waitress, Tiger Woods' party seems to have gone bust! In the latest revelation of the Woods saga, a Los Angeles cocktail waitress claims to have had a 31-month long affair with Woods. Jaimee Grubbs told the magazine, US Weekly, that she's had more than 20 sexual encounters with Tiger and has more than 300 text messages from the sports star as proof.
Some of the texts are suggestive and raunchy. Others allegedly read....
"Change of plans. Meet me at the island hotel. It's a little safer."
Then in September, "You just need some attention from me."
And perhaps the most recent one last week - "My wife has gone through my phone, she may call you"
Further proof that Woods' wife, Elin Nordegren, may have stumbled onto the affair apparently lies in a voicemail recording that will be out with the latest issue of US Weekly. As will excerpts of an interview with Grubbs.
"He gave me the impression he and his wife had separate rooms,'" Grubbs said.
"We never talked about golf. Sometimes we talked about his stressful life. He told me his life was overwhelming."
"He told me just last month quietly and secretly we will always be together," she added.
But Tiger did have a few hours of respite before this news broke with the Florida Highway Patrol letting him off with a fine of 164 dollars as a traffic citation for careless driving.
"The FHP is not pursuing criminal charges in this matter. Nor is there any testimony or other evidence to support any additional charges of any kind, apart from the charge of careless driving. We can not speak for the existence of any blood evidence, there are no claims of domestic violence by any individual," Florida Police spokesperson said.
So the God of the Greens is definitely only human, but as long as the skeletons come tumbling out, his private life will have to be lived out in the public glare.