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Madam: I supplied women for Woods 12 times

Feb. 10, 2010 at 3:04 PM
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NEW YORK, Feb. 10 (UPI) -- Hollywood madam Michelle Braun claims she supplied women for married pro golfer Tiger Woods on 12 different occasions.

Braun told TV's "Inside Edition" Woods usually requested multiple women and paid as much as $60,000 in one weekend and $250,000 during the course of a year.

"One girl, when I called her to go back, she said, 'I don't know if I can keep up with him … he can go for days,'" Braun recalled.

She also noted Woods routinely requested a specific type of girl.

"Petite, blonde, natural, not overly busty -- and girls that partied … in my industry, a girl that was open to doing drugs," Braun told "Inside Edition."

She went on to say her business caters to the rich and famous, and has earned about $17 million over the course of 13 years.

"I made celebrity introductions. I only booked famous girls, Playboy Playmates, Penthouse Pets, actresses, models. … I never used the word 'escort,' I never discussed sex. It was all about the introduction. … I didn't have to talk about sex. Sex was going to happen. That was given," she said.

Braun added she hopes Woods's wife, Elin, understands the athlete was not having love affairs with her escorts.

"It was not a love affair. He was not in love with another woman. It was just sex," she remarked.

Tiger and Elin Woods have two young children together. The golfer has been keeping a low profile since news of his infidelity broke late last year after which he reportedly checked into a rehab facility to be treated for sex addiction.

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