Texts by alleged cheaters Tiger Woods, Jesse James leave incriminating trail
Beware the mistress who kisses and texts.
Tiger Woods and Jesse James, Sandra Bullock’s hubby, were further enmeshed in sex scandal Thursday after their respective extramarital lovers released racy text messages.
“You please me like no other has or ever will,” Woods reportedly texted porn star Joslyn James, one of more than a dozen women with which he allegedly had affairs.
James posted 100 salacious text messages she said were from the 34-year-old golf great to a Web site. Many detailed what Woods desired in bed and were too X-rated to publish.
In a separate scandal, Jesse James on Thursday apologized amid reports he stepped out on his Oscar-winning wife.
“It’s because of my poor judgment that I deserve everything bad that is coming my way,” said James, 40, a bad-boy biker and TV personality in accepting blame Thursday.
He reportedly cheated with tattoo model Michelle “Bombshell” McGee, 32, who called him “Vanilla Gorilla” and shared text messages revealing their trysts with inTouch magazine. “Speaking of licking,” James allegedly says in one exchange.
Woods’ sextual relationships weren’t limited to Joslyn James, 32, though he reportedly wrote asked her, “Do you ever hook up with other guys or girls?”
It was text messages from club hostess Rachel Uchitel that reportedly tipped off his wife Elin Nordegren to his infidelity and lead to the November crash that unleashed the scandal. Waitress Jamiee Grubbs also has published texts she alleged proved she slept with Tiger.
Texting cheaters clearly aren’t thinking, experts said Thursday.
“There’s an unconscious desire to get caught,” added New Jersey psychotherapist Jay P. Granat. “They’re living on the edge some more” by leaving an electronic trail in addition to having an affair.
New York attorney Daniel E. Clement said he increasingly sees text messages submitted as proof of infidelity in divorce proceedings. “They’re akin to love letters and e-mail,” said Clement, of thedivorcereport.com. “It used to be that the telltale sign was a little lipstick on the collar.”
Texting is such a common method of communication now, that many adulterers don’t stop and think their salacious exchanges are leaving a digital record, experts said.
And in the case of porn star Joslyn James and tattooed model Michelle “Bombshell” McGee, they perhaps want the texts published for bragging rights, however vulgar the content.
“It’s a question of whether they like being in this world,” said Granat, founder of stayinthezone.com. “They’re not exactly debutantes.”