Tiger Woods Regrets "Transgressions"Tiger Woods Regrets "Transgressions" - CBS News
Yeah, Yeah this aint Tech News, but what the hell I got something to say about this shit.
Leave this guy alone, I mean come on, Yeah he comitted adultery but that's his personal business, and I believe those things should be left alone, We watch Tiger Woods to enjoy the way he plays golf, not the way he screwes women, maybe its exciting for some of us to follow this shit.
I do have to say he can expect quite the Lawsuit from his wife, he may wish he had kept his club in the bag, his wife may walk away with quite the load! :)
(CBS/AP) Updated at 8:16 p.m. EST
Tiger Woods said he let his family down with transgressions he regrets "with all of my heart," and that he will deal with his personal life behind closed doors.
His statement Wednesday follows a cover story in Us Weekly magazine that reports a Los Angeles cocktail waitress claims she had a 31-month affair with the world's No. 1 golfer.
Woods is accused of having sexual encounters with two other women, Kalika Moquin, a Las Vegas night club executive, and Rachel Uchitel, a club promoter, according to the New York Daily News. An unnamed source told Life and Style magazine that Woods and Moquin had met more than once at a Las Vegas hotel in October and that he had complained about his marriage.
"I have not been true to my values and the behavior my family deserves," Woods said on his Web site. "I am not without faults and I am far short of perfect. I am dealing with my behavior and personal failings behind closed doors with my family. Those feelings should be shared by us alone."
The cocktail waitress, Jaimee Grubbs, told the magazine she met Woods at a Las Vegas nightclub the week after the 2007 Masters - two months before Woods' wife, Elin, gave birth to their first child. Grubbs claims to have proof in 300 text messages.
About three hours before Woods' statement, the magazine published what it said was a voicemail - provided by Grubbs - that Woods left on her phone Nov. 24, three days before his middle-of-the-night car crash outside his home in Florida.
Woods did not offer details of any alleged relationship.
"I will strive to be a better person and the husband and father that my family deserves," Woods said. "For all of those who have supported me over the years, I offer my profound apology."
Woods has been subjected to more media scrutiny over the last week than when he first won the Masters in 1997 and set off the first wave of Tigermania. He has spoken only three times through his Web site, although this was his longest posting.
"Although I am a well-known person and have made my career as a professional athlete, I have been dismayed to realize the full extent of what tabloid scrutiny really means," Woods said. "For the last week, my family and I have been hounded to expose intimate details of our personal lives."
And he continued to say accounts that physical violence played a role in his Friday morning car crash were "utterly false and malicious."
"Elin has always done more to support our family and shown more grace than anyone could possibly expect," he wrote.