Tiger Woods’ Mistresses Reveal Circle Of Enablers

Tiger Woods’ stable of classy, media shy mistresses have given a rare public interview about their affairs with Tiger to Vanity Fair magazine.

However, this isn’t some trollop interview, slapped together by the segment producers at Good Morning America, this is Vanity Fair, a classy American magazine! So yes, there is nudity, but, tasteful nudity. After all, Tiger’s mistresses want you to respect them.

The mistresses dished about how Tiger’s inner circle was basically a big group of enablers who had no qualms setting up trysts for their famous, married BFF Tiger:

Woods has said in recent interviews that no one in his inner circle knew about his affairs, but [Vanity Fair reporter Mark] Seal’s reporting contradicts that. Woods’s mistress Jamie Jungers says, “Every time I would fly out to see [Tiger] or schedule itineraries or anything, I would always go through Bryon [Bell],” Woods’s childhood friend and the president of Tiger Woods Design. (Bell did not respond to requests for comment.)

Mistress Mindy Lawton reveals how The National Enquirer had caught on to her affair with Tiger due to Tiger’s love of spontaneous period sex and a discarded tampon (also: Good morning!):

Although she was menstruating, he insisted on having sex with her, but when the key card to access his office didn’t work, he drove to a nearby parking lot, where they had sex in his car. After they left, Lawton claims, reporters from The National Enquirer, who had been following her, picked up the tampon she had dropped in the parking lot, and later threatened to use it as part of a story exposing Woods’s infidelity. When the tabloid contacted one of Lawton’s relatives, Lawton texted Tiger in a panic, and he put her in touch with Mark Steinberg. “That’s when their brush-under-the-rug, the cover-up, happened,” Lawton says, referring to a deal that the Enquirer allegedly made with Tiger’s handlers to hold the adultery story in exchange for Woods’s giving an exclusive interview to its sister publication Men’s Fitness. (A spokesperson for The National Enquirer denies that the paper held the Lawton story in exchange for an exclusive on Tiger.)

Shady. The story also reveals that Tiger’s father was a notorious alcoholic and womanizer and that Tiger had a mean gambling habit.

So, now that we know pretty much everything that we ever wanted to know (and didn’t want to know) about Tiger’s personal life, can we close the books on Tiger’s mistresses?