Tiger Woods pays off another one of his whores
Yesterday RadarOnline reported that Tiger Woods' wife Elin decided to call off the divorce after visiting him last week at sex rehab in Mississippi. I'm guessing Elin made that decision before hearing about Tiger's newest hush money payout to his British mistress. "Tiger honey, where did the $500,000 I had in my checking account go?" From the Daily Mail:
A British woman named as Tiger Woods' 19th mistress was paid $500,000 hush money to keep quiet about their affair, it was alleged yesterday. Emma Rotherham, 42, is said to have gone 'absolutely ballistic' after details of the 18-month fling emerged at the weekend. It is claimed the mother-of-two agreed to sign a confidentiality agreement after a member of the golfer's security team handed her a sports bag stuffed with half-a-million dollars in $100 bills. But she is said to have refused to hand over her mobile phone containing incriminating evidence.At this point, what's most surprising about this story isn't the fact that Tiger paid off a 19th mistress to keep their affair quiet . . . it's that he was banging a chick in her 40s. Now I'm no ageist, but if I was a horny young billionaire, I'd have a few basic requirements for the women in my harem: "1. You must be breathing, 2. You must not laugh when I pull my pants down (that rules out you, Jenny), and 3. You must have less wrinkles on your face than I have on my balls."
A source told the News of the World: "Emma was his most recent mistress. They had a very, very passionate relationship and she has dozens of text messages and emails from him. Some were even sent while Tiger was trying to patch things up with his wife. If those came out, they'd bury him."
Miss Rotherham could also face a tax probe over the alleged £310,000 pay-off as under U.S. law, gifts of large amounts of cash must be declared in the same way as Woods, who is undergoing therapy at a sex addiction clinic in Mississippi, could also face an inquiry unless he makes a declaration to the Internal Revenue Service.
Former federal tax inspector Jesse Walburn said: "Any large financial gift must be declared to the IRS otherwise it will be dealt with as tax evasion. This is a very high profile case, so I suspect when this woman files her tax return this year, they will be looking out for any large donation from an outside source. Failure to declare this money would be considered an offence. The same applies to the person who made the donation."
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