Finally … the juicy tell-all book that you’ve been waiting for.
In light of the fact that Tiger Woods had always tried to maintain a humongous level of privacy (at least before the affairs were found out), People magazine journalist Steve Helling has finally decided to write a no-holds-barred book outlining all of the sordid details that he became privy to as an entertainment journalist.
The book is called “Tiger: The Real Story,” and Helling states that he’s got more information on the fallen golf star than anyone can imagine and claims that the reason he hadn’t come forward sooner was because he didn’t want to lose all access to the cheating golfer:
“Over the years, I had heard rumors of Tiger’s partying – drunken nights at the clubs, dirty dancing with other women, phone numbers slipped to pretty blonds – but I didn’t follow up on the tips … Negative coverage of Tiger – or even positive coverage that wasn’t approved and micromanaged – would often result in swift, permanent excommunication from the Tiger Woods camp. It was in everyone’s best interest to sweep the rumors under the rug.”
According to Helling, anyone who was anyone knew everything about Tiger, his wandering penis and its two nutty friends:
“[Tiger] dated a lot of girls even after he was married to Elin. When he was filming some commercials at Universal Studios, he asked out a few girls, and this was after he was married. If they said no, he’d move on.'”
Though Tiger publicly, uh, “apologized,” many people didn’t consider it sufficient enough to back up off his personal space, hence the tell-all books and leakages that have sprouted up all over the place since November of 2009.
So … will you be lining up to donate to the voyeurism cause that we’re obviously all so dedicated to?