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Woods ‘cheated on Vonn’

Published 12/05/2015

Tiger Woods
Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods reportedly had a “relapse in the sex department” which ended his relationship with Lindsey Vonn.

The world famous golfer and Olympic skier confirmed the end of their nearly three-year relationship earlier this month. While both said it was down to their hectic schedules, it has now been alleged that the real reason for the split was because the 39-year-old had returned to his philandering ways.

“He had a relapse in the sex department,” a close friend told the Daily Mail Online. “Lindsey found out about women again. Always while he's on the road. Just like when he was with Elin.”

Tiger infamously confessed to cheating on his ex-wife, Swedish model Elin Nordegren, on numerous occasions during their five year marriage. The couple have two children together and despite the star’s public apology, the couple were unable to rebuild their union.

Now it has been claimed that Tiger had a one night stand with an unnamed woman after being eliminated from the San Diego-based Farmer's Insurance Classic in February.

“He withdrew from Farmer's. You have to understand, while it's not right, it's not really wrong either. Tiger isn't married. He doesn't really drink or do drugs. So what else does he have when he can't afford to lose again? He allowed to find some relief,” the source continued. “Most men would drink over such losses. Tiger has sex over it. Usually with local hookers whom he pays exorbitant amounts to, probably so they will want repeat business and won't tell.”

However the insider added that when Tiger realised he had been seen with the unidentified female, he decided to come clean to the 30-year-old.

“Yes, Tiger cheated again. But it wasn't with anyone special. He really wanted Lindsey to be the one. But he blew it again. He can't help himself. He's got an addiction. He relapsed,” the source explained.

A representative for Tiger or Lindsay has yet to comment on the claims.

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