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Saturday, November 28th, 2009   2:57 pm | Author: Jerry | Entertainment/Sports, Life, Relationships |
Tags: National Inquirer, Woods
The trash media in this country needs to build up celebrities so that they can tear them down.
When the story broke that Tiger Woods left his Florida home in his SUV and proceeded to hit a fire hydrant and then a tree at 2:30 AM, it was only a matter of time (probably minutes if not seconds) before the stories began to appear on the Internet.
Tiger’s private life, which he worked at keeping private, was to become public and not by choice.
The latest tale is that his wife Elin was incensed after a story appeared in the National Inquirer that Woods was having an affair with a New York City hostess, Rachel Uchitel. According to the rumors Elin chased Woods out of the house with a golf club.
Uchitel denies the affair and said she met Woods twice and has not seen him since. She also stated that she offered to take a polygraph test but the Inquirer told her it was too late that they were already set to run the story.
The bottom line is who cares. Why can’t we leave these people alone to resolve their problems? if in fact they have problems.
Woods should sue the Inquirer for everything they have if this story turns out to be a lie. Both he and his wife won defamation of character lawsuits before. Many people would be cheering for him to do so.