Scoop: More Tiger Woods mistress bombshells

Just when you thought you’d heard absolutely every bit of dirt about the Tiger Woods sex scandal, yet another cloud is kicked up. The latest: The golf great’s adult-film-star mistress Joslyn James claims she got pregnant with his baby — twice.

And oh yeah, another tale of infidelity has surfaced — this one involving two women who allegedly tried to tape Tiger in an intimate moment, and got paid to keep mum about their encounter.

First off, Joslyn James, who claims she was Tiger’s mistress from 2006 until 2009, told “Inside Edition” that the affair resulted in two pregnancies, neither of which she told him about: One she miscarried, then another she chose to terminate because his wife, Elin Nordegren, “was pregnant with [their son] Charlie at that time. … I just didn’t want to ruin anything.”

Meanwhile, the New York Daily News reports that the disgraced sportsman had a romp with not one, but two women about three years ago — which ended in a mad scramble when Tiger spotted one of them videotaping him.

A source relays that he went “ballistic” and took off after her to get and erase the evidence.

Later, the woman “claimed she’d been injured during their scuffle,” per the insider. “She said she’d hired a lawyer.”

It surely won’t shock you to hear that Tiger allegedly opted to pay off both women rather than risk his naughty behavior coming to light via a lawsuit.

Will the duo come forward now? And frankly, does anyone still care? We get it. Tiger cheated. A lot.


Elin: Separate life

OK, there’s one person who almost definitely does care about Tiger’s history of infidelity. That would, of course, be Elin Nordegren, who supported her husband in his treatment for sex addiction — but still hasn’t taken him back. The spouses are living in separate residences just miles apart in Florida, Radar Online reports.

“Elin called off the divorce but that doesn’t mean she’s forgiven him,” an insider noted. “He’s home and they are not living together. That says it all.”


Honoring Brittany’s memory?

Well, Simon Monjack is really doing a terrible job of convincing the public that he’s well-intentioned. The widower of Brittany Murphy raised some eyebrows when he invited guests to attend a memorial of her life — with a $1,000 suggested donation.

The event was canceled — and now it turns out the so-called charity attendees were supposed to “donate” to doesn’t even exist.

Sunday, the ever-vigilant snoops at TMZ got wind that the Brittany Murphy Foundation, purportedly a nonprofit to benefit youth arts education, was not actually registered as a charity or nonprofit. The organization’s site shut down as soon as they were asked to comment.

The site went back online with a message that the foundation will return all donations and not accept more “until we have our nonprofit status approved before proceeding to insure that we can truly honor Brittany’s charitable desires.”

Maybe it’s just us, but that kinda seems like something they should have done in the first place.

Kitty Raymond is an entertainment writer and astrologer. She welcomes feedback at

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