Loredana Jolie Ferriolo came forward as one of Tiger Woods‘ mistresses so late in the game that she didn’t even make it into our pack of Tiger’s mistress trading cards. But the Sicilian model/call girl, who’s best known for being a Playboy CyberGirl and appearing in the video for Sting’s “Stolen Car,” claims that she was one of Tiger’s favorites. Madam Michelle Braun, who allegedly hooked up Tiger with $60K worth of trysts, backs this statement up. And Loredana is, of course, looking to benefit from this and is currently pitching a tell-all book about her Tiger-capades to publishers. She hopes to make $1 million or more for her tome about Tiger’s “healthy appetite for arranged sex, threesomes, girls next door, girl-girl.” One of her most provocative claims is that she and Tiger often engaged in group sex, and that she’s seen him get down and dirty with other men. Juicy, but is this revelation really worth a mil? [RadarOnline.com, Huffington Post] Keep reading »
I’m kind of shocked it took someone 40 days to come up with this idea. Howard Stern is attempting to stage a beauty pageant for the assorted mistresses and flings of Tiger Woods. And he’s putting his money where his mouth is, offering up a $100K prize for the winner. None of the ladies have signed on yet, but if this happens, my bet is on Rachel Uchitel for the the evening gown competition. Though I predict porn star Holly Sampson will show everyone up in the talent round. This is Howard Stern we’re talking about, after all. [Newser]
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On Christmas night, I sauntered into the kitchen to pour myself a glass of milk when my dad turned away from the TV to tell me that Charlie Sheen had been arrested for domestic violence. A major TV star? Domestic violence on Christmas? Zut alors! Blogger Jessica sprang to action: I hit up TMZ and typed out a post as quickly as I could. This will be huge, I thought.
It was all for naught, though. The Charlie Sheen story never became a Really Big Deal like the Tiger Woods scandal did. Maybe Woods’ established good-guy reputation is more fun to rip apart and all the mistresses are dishier. Or maybe Sheen’s lawyers really were successful in their effort to keep Brooke Mueller quiet and the controversy has been muffled into submission. (Last we heard, Mueller’s lawyers said the two just had a “bad night”—um, my bad nights don’t involve death threats!) Or maybe the nation just has Charlie Sheen Is A Douche fatigue.
But I don’t: Sheen allegedly held a knife to his wife’s throat and threatened to kill her—and he’s been convicted of physically abusing a girlfriend in the past. And yet the public reaction isn’t even one-tenth as much as the Tiger Woods scandal reaction. Since when is cheating worse than beating? Keep reading »
I was just skimming the Vanity Fair article about Tiger Woods and came across this little gem:
“At another moment, during a photo shoot where four women attended to his every need and flirted with him as he flirted back, he told a joke: He rubbed the tips of his shoes together and then asked the women, “What’s this?” They were stumped. “It’s a black guy taking off his condom.”
Oh Tiger, how funny you are. [Vanity Fair] Keep reading »
What did you get for the holidays this year? Chances are, your gifts weren’t much compared to what Elin Nordegren found in her stocking. Supposedly, Tiger put a check for $300 million smackeroos in there, because nothing says “I’m sorry for having sex with half the women in America” quite like 300 times more cash than most human beings will ever make in their life. Still, friends don’t think the gesture swayed Elin much. “She’s 100% determined to split with Tiger,” a friend supposedly told News of the World. “When she boasted of the $300 million Christmas gift and then laughed, it was clear to everyone around her that she’s more focused than ever about moving on with her life.” While Elin skied the French Alps over the holiday with the kidlets, Tiger was ducking paparazzi in New York. So how does Elin know that the money didn’t come from Santa Claus? [NY Daily News]
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Um, yum. Oh wait, I didn’t just say that out loud? The new cover of Vanity Fair boasts a gorgeous Annie Leibovitz photo of Tiger Woods wearing nothing but a knit cap—and a very un-golf one at that. Since Tiger has spent the past month and half doing everything in his power to not be photographed, it shouldn’t be too surprising that the photo was shot pre-Tigergate. I know I will be picking up a copy, especially since the cover story is written by Buzz Bizzinger, the writer behind “Friday Night Lights.” Will you? Keep reading »