Some women have greatness thrust upon them. Others have Tiger Woods thrust upon them.
And those women, his mistresses, are using that situation in different ways. Isn't it hard trying to keep them straight?
Las Vegas cocktail waitress Jaime Jungers talks to NBC's "Dateline" for "The Secret Life of Tiger Woods." It airs at 9 tonight on WESH-Channel 2.
Jungers says that making whoopee with Woods was "pretty wild" and not "like boring, married couple sex." Any response to that comment, people? You can leave comments here
Jungers says she was involved with the golfer for almost two years -- and after he married Elin Nordegren Woods.
Does Jungers owe Elin an apology? "No, I don't," Jungers says. "I feel like that's his -- that's his business. Everybody makes mistakes. This wasn't something that I did yesterday or a month ago or a year ago. This was years ago. I was younger. And I'm not saying that what I did then was right. But -- I'm certainly not gonna say that it was wrong. ... I don't believe that I owe her an apology. I'm sorry for everything that's going down."
I think we call that double speak.
Jungers says she has "nothing to do with prostitution and never have, never will" and that Woods never paid her a dime.
In more Tiger-related news, "Extra" reports that Rachel Uchitel, the first woman linked to Woods, is in negotiations to pose for Playboy. Uchitel has denied she was involved with the golfer. But Lisa Bloom, daughter of Uchitel attorney Gloria Allred, has speculated that Uchitel struck a deal with Woods to keep quiet.Copyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun