Lindsey Vonn Strongly Denies Cheating On Tiger Woods

  • Rick Chandler

So way back in, yesterday, we brought you the news that Lindsey Vonn had supposedly cheated on boyfriend Tiger Woods by making out with some guy backstage at a Jay-Z concert. That’s according to the National Enquirer, which as you may recall, broke the Tiger Woods cheating scandal in 2009.

No one believed the National Enquirer on the Tiger Woods cheating story, except SportsbyBrooks, then eventually the entire world. But now what about this Lindsey smooch story?

Back in Nov. of 2009, Rachel Uchitel — whom the Enquirer named as Woods’ mistress — flatly denied any involvement with Woods. In fact, she denied even being in the same country at the time the Enquirer said she rendezvoused with Tiger.

Rachel was, as they say, was full of la caca.

Now, Vonn is vehemently denying that she did any lascivious mouth wrestling with an unknown guy.

“There is not an ounce of truth in this clearly made up story,” a representative for Lindsey Vonn told MailOnline about the report in the National Enquirer.

Lindsey also denied allegations by the source that: “She threw herself into his arms and they started on a long session of deep kissing that went on for several minutes. He was a tall, good-looking man, in his mid-40s, with greying temples. They were really going at it.”

She had been in the Florida city for a LVTakesMiami promotion and photo session and later tweeted: “Wow that was amazing! Best concert I’ve ever been to!”

She did it. Case closed.

I mean, we may never know the truth.

But if I know golfers, and I think I do, there is just enough in this story to be in the back of Tiger’s mind when he’s about to hit an important shot. All may be denying everything, but deep down Tiger knows what dark passengers are along for the ride in the human heart … and perhaps Nordic women ski champions. Our Tiger will be asleep, dreaming of his tee shot on No. 16 at the U.S. Open, and a National Enquirer headline will appear before his eyes. Then a ghostly Elin Nordegren will appear from behind a tree, wildly swinging a golf club, and he’ll be chased by dozens of fire hydrants, and one o fthe trees will come to life, find his car and smash into it.

And Vonn will then slowly rise from a water hazard, in mermaid form, passionately kissing Michael Phelps.


Tiger wakes up, sweating, and looks at Lindsey, muttering: “What have you DONE!?”