Alleged Tiger mistress posts raunchy texts
The Tiger Woods saga took another bizarre twist Thursday when one of his alleged porn star mistresses released more than 100 graphic text messages that she claimed the superstar golfer sent to her over the course of three months.
Adult actress Joslyn James posted the messages on her personal Web site at 10:55 a.m. ET. They span from July 30, 2009 to Oct. 4, 2009. None of her alleged responses were released, and there was no way to confirm the authenticity of the messages.
“Next time I see you, you better beg and if you don’t do it right I will slap, spank bite and f--- you til mercy,” reads one alleged message from Tiger on Aug. 29.
He also allegedly sexted a fantasy of his: "I would love to have a threesome with you and another girl you trust."
James has previously claimed in interviews that Woods got her pregnant multiple times. He references “owning” her body in one alleged text.
The relationship went cold in early October when Woods appeared to have nearly been caught with her, according to the messages.
“Don’t f---ing talk to me. You almost just ruined my whole life. If my agent and these guys would have seen you there,” reads the final message, sent on Oct. 4.
The texts released Thursday were not the first time alleged messages from Woods to a mistress have been made public. In December, an adult-themed collection of messages between Woods and alleged mistress Jaimee Grubbs were released.
Meanwhile, British sports presenter Kirsty Gallacher told a Scottish newspaper she was “upset” after rumors circulated on the Internet regarding her friendship with troubled golfer Tiger Woods, it emerged Thursday.
Gallacher, 34, who has known Woods, 34, since childhood, took legal action after Internet blogs and forums speculated that she was having an affair with him, Scottish newspaper the Evening Times reported.
The presenter told the newspaper, “It was all speculation and it was incorrect. It was very upsetting. I knew I was being talked about and that’s why lawyers were involved.
“But what you do in this job is you get quite strong because you know things will come at you.
“And I’ve always had the support of family and friends. We’ve all had the rubbish thrown at us but you deal with it," she added.
— The New York Post contributed to this story