Skier Lindsey Vonn reportedly caught cheating on Tiger Woods

Lindsey Vonn made out with some guy at a Jay-Z concert, according to the National Enquirer. Credit: Getty Images
Lindsey Vonn made out with some guy at a Jay-Z concert, according to the National Enquirer. Credit: Getty Images

Jilted women everywhere rejoice!

The most famous cheater in recent U.S. memory (Sorry, most non-E! viewers think Kristen Stewart is either the wife or daughter of Captain Picard), got a taste of his own medicine. Or so says the never wrong National Enquirer.

The Enquirer reports that famed skier Lindsey Vonn is cheating on Tiger Woods, and not the other way around. The sports power couple announced they were dating back in May.

Remember that it was not ESPN, Sports Illustrated or TMZ that broke the 2009 Tiger Woods sex scandal. It was the Enquirer, so they have a history of getting Woods sex stories first.
The report says that Vonn was seen “making out” with an anonymous man at a Justin Timberlake/Jay-Z concert in Miami on Aug. 16. How discreet.

“After the concert was over, Lindsey and a group of female friends, carrying drinks, made their way backstage, and Lindsey spotted a guy she very obviously knew well,” a source told the Enquirer. “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 graying temples. They were really going at it. They were both holding drinks, and Lindsey’s free hand was around his neck, drawing him closer, while his hand was gripping her rear end.


“Lindsey’s not a nun,” the report continued. “She’s a very physical, very attractive young woman with a very strong athlete’s ego. She wants her own fame – not his. Now it looks like she’s checking out the playing field.”

This could very well be a giant conspiracy. What better way to complete the full Tiger Woods image rehab than to have his famous girlfriend cheat on him? Plus, she “made out” with this guy. That’s like a handshake in celebrity culture.

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