Vanity Fair aims to expose Tiger Woods again
Vanity Fair already displayed a shirtless, flexing Tiger Woods on its cover back in February.
But the magazine isn't finished exposing the disgraced superstar.
The May issue, which hits the stands in Los Angeles and New York today, has a juicy article by Mark Seals, who interviewed four of Woods' alleged mistresses, his former lawyer and adviser, and other members of his inner circle.
Plenty of tidbits are said to be alleged in the article, including:
-- Just how involved some of Woods' associates were in his private affairs -- arranging meetings with mistresses, covering his tracks, etc. Of course, this contradicts Woods' statement in an interview earlier this month: "I kept it all to myself."
-- A very graphic description of the events leading up to an alleged cover-up deal with the National Enquirer, including sex in his car and some really disgusting evidence found later.
-- He had plenty of money to go around in Las Vegas (staying at the Mansion at the MGM Grand, where a one-bedroom suite costs $5,000 per night, and playing up to $150,000 a hand at an exclusive VIP casino), but not so much when it came to some of his mistresses (the only thing he ever bought for one of them was a chicken wrap from Subway).
Looks as if Woods will have plenty more to talk about -- or not talk about -- at his pre-Masters press conference Monday.
-- Chuck Schilken
Photo: Tiger Woods in April 2009. Credit: Rob Carr / Associated Press.