News is rolling in like a broken water spicket on the reported Tiger Woods scandals since his car accident last week. It’s all Tiger, all the time. In the blinding media onslaught, the US Weekly tabloid feature that hits newsstands today alleges Woods had a 31-month affair with Rachel Uchitel, who was once a TAO VIP hostess in Las Vegas, having the voice mail smoking gun panic message from Woods and photos to prove it, and stories about a brief affair Jaimee Grubbs, a Las Vegas cocktail waitress and actress on VH1 Tool Academy, who claims she has over 300 text messages from Woods and also his voicemail which suggest his wife suspected the affair.
Undoubtedly, the iconic Woods will be flailing his nine irons until the unfortunate mess is resolved- if it is ever truly resolved. Not only will there undoubtedly be microscopic scrutiny of his actions, but security will be beefed up at the events he attends and participates.
Las Vegas Backstage Access requests you to weigh in with your beliefs and comment on our post, below. We’ll keep your contact details confidential. Do you think his private life and transgressions should be his own, secured from prying eyes and ears? And, if you don’t like what he did, just don’t watch the golf matches or by his endorsed products? Or, since he makes booku millions in public endorsements of products, there is a level of public trust and truth at issue here and honesty should be maintained on all personal fronts?
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