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Woods' mistress: He's 'addicted to lying'

April 9, 2010 at 3:57 PM   |   Comments

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ATLANTA, April 9 (UPI) -- Joslyn James, the spurned mistress of Tiger Woods, said before a stripping engagement in Georgia she does not wish the pro golfer ill in the Masters.

The stripper and pornography star said prior to a show at a strip club in Atlanta, mere hours from where Woods is participating in the Masters in Augusta, Ga., her former lover "likes a lot of different things" in the bedroom, the New York Daily News reported Friday.

"I went out of my way to please him in the bedroom," she said. "I went that extra mile, that extra step."

She said Woods, who claimed after the scandal broke that he suffers from a sex addiction, actually has "an addiction to lying."

James also accused members of Woods's inner circle, including caddy Steve Williams and childhood friend Bryon Bell, of lying when they claimed they never met her.

She said she wishes Woods luck in the Masters despite their past.

"Look, he hurt me terribly, but I don't wish him ill," James said.

However, she said: "He shouldn't have rushed back to play ... He uses these tournaments to go around being a philanderer. He should stay home and repair his relationship with his wife."

Topics: Tiger Woods
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