Exclusive: Tiger Woods’ alleged mistress looks at Manhattan real estate

Miami /
Dec.December 14, 2009 04:58 PM

From the New York Web site: A Las Vegas underwear model who claims to be Tiger Woods’ fourth mistress, Jamie Jungers, told The Real Deal in an exclusive interview that she is apartment hunting in Manhattan today.

“With all the things that have happened,” plus a desire to pursue her modeling career, she said, “it’s probably in my best interest to move up here.” She said she plans to move to the Big Apple within the next couple of weeks and has not decided whether or not to give up her home in Las Vegas.

Jungers is heading out to see a 750-square-foot, one-bedroom apartment at One Irving Place, also known as Zeckendorf Towers, owned by Elie Hirschfeld, CEO of Hirschfeld Properties. The unit rents for $3,000. The 26-year-old, who has friends in the city, said she plans to live on her own.

Jungers said she has been “bombarded” with calls from real estate agents. “My phone has not stopped [ringing],” but she is not working with an agent at this time.

Hirschfeld declined to comment about the prospective renter.

“We cannot comment on people who look at our apartments. We value the privacy of our tenants,” Hirschfeld said.

The golfing great and Jungers hooked up 10 times after meeting in June 2005 at the Bellagio Las Vegas, less than a year after Woods married Elin Nordegren, according to the UK’s Sun. Woods, whose mistress tally is around 10, reportedly flew Jungers around the country during golf tournaments.

Jungers, who has talked about “wild” and “crazy” sex with the golf great, confirmed to The Real Deal that she has not posed nude and that the rumors of her working as an escort are untrue.


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