A ticket for Tiger Woods, another attorney and another ‘other woman,’ Jaimee Grubbs?
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The hits just keep on coming. First, the Florida Highway Patrol has given Tiger Woods a ticket for careless driving. With a penalty of $164 and four points against his record, we’re guessing he’ll recover from that.
He’s not recovering well enough from his car-accident injuries, however, to play this coming weekend in his charitable Chevron World Challenge -- he backed out of the tournament Monday.
And while Rachel Uchitel, with Gloria Allred‘s help, says she had nothing to do with the golfer, US Weekly is introducing us to Jaimee Grubbs, an L.A. cocktail waitress and reality TV flash in the pan who’s alleging a little more than ‘nothing’ since 2007. And Grubbs says she has pictures and text messages to back it up. TMZ says there’s a Nov. 24 voicemail recording too.
Meanwhile, Tiger’s neighbors the Adams family (we’re not making that up) have hired their own lawyer to speak on their behalf about what they saw or didn’t see last Friday.
The clear winner in the situation so far? Graeme McDowell.
-- Christie D’Zurilla
Some ideas the Ministry of Gossip has been kicking around lately:
PREACH IT! Hey Tiger? Gonna take a Big Bertha to your plea for privacy
PREACH IT! And Leslie Looked Upon the Ministry Readers, and She Saw That She Was Good (an introduction to Ms. Gornstein and her mission)
‘Overwhelmed’ Rachel Uchitel hires celebrity attorney Gloria Allred
Tiger Woods’ charmed life may be feeling the squeeze
Tiger Woods says ‘all my fault,’ praises wife, hires attorney
Tiger Woods, his wife, that odd little car accident -- and Rachel Uchitel
Tiger Woods slightly injured in accident near his home
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