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Hallelujah and pass the Ambien
http://www.radaronline.com/exclusives/2 ... -drugs-sex
Tiger Woods secret extramarital life continues to yield new scandals.
Rachel Uchitel, the first woman publicly named as Tiger Woods' mistress, told friends that she did drugs with the golfing legend before they had sex, RadarOnline.com is reporting exclusively.
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That's the second too-close drug mention for one of America's perceived squeaky clean sports idols. RadarOnline.com reported exclusively Thursday that another of Tiger's women, Jaimee Grubbs worked at a medical marijuana "pharmacy" at least until a month ago.
Now we've learned that Uchitel told friends that she and Tiger liked to have sex while taking the drug Ambien. Uchitel told one pal, 'You know you have crazier sex on Ambien - you get into that Ambien haze. We have crazy Ambien sex.'"
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Ambien is a sedative used for short-term treatment of insomnia. Many people claim it enhances sexual experience dramatically immediately after ingesting it.
Uchitel told several friends that she and Tiger had Ambien sex. She at first vehemently denied an affair with Tiger when the National Enquirer broke the story. After Tiger's wild ride early-morning crash, Uchitel continued to deny the story and then decided to tell the truth.
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She hired power attorney Gloria Allred who scheduled a news conference for Thursday, but then abruptly canceled it. RadarOnline.com reported exclusively that Tiger's reps were in contact with Uchitel's team the night before the news conference and a $1 million deal that would ensure her silence was discussed.
Dear Tiger, Phil is more of a man than you will ever be.
"The bill approved in Congress to avert the so-called fiscal cliff would bring the first major tax increase on high earners in 20 years."
Wall Street Journal, Jan 2nd 2013
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