Today former adult film performer Joslyn James posted another email allegedly from Tiger Woods lifelong friend and President of Tiger Woods Design Bryon Bell.
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The email, allegedly sent by Bell to James, entails flight arrangements from Seattle to the DC area on the same weekend in 2007 that Woods first played his signature PGA Tour event, the AT&T National at the Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, MD.
Here’s a release about those 2007 weekend festivities from AT&T, a company that has since dropped its sponsorship of the golfer.
The email is similar to a communication posted by James allegedly from Bell that included a flight to Charlotte for the former adult film performer on the same weekend in 2007 that Woods was playing a PGA Tour event in the North Carolina city.
In an interview with The Golf Channel last Sunday, Woods said that none of his “inner circle” knew of is extramarital affairs. Bell has been friends with Woods since childhood and has been the president of the golfer’s course design company since its inception.
(Evidence piling up that Tiger has been less-than-truthful?)
James has now posted two emails allegedly from Bell and a series of text messages allegedly from Woods. A new feature added to the James website today is a “photos” area that includes the text, “Coming Soon!”
With that development, I emailed James management to inquire about what will be “soon” posted in that area. In an email reponse to me, James manager Gina Rodriguez wrote:
All I can say is everything on her site and everything going up on her site is related to her relationship with Tiger.
While the emails and texts produced by James have included intimate information that could be verified in linking the communications to Woods and Bell, she’s yet to produce any outright smoking gun evidence that confirms her relationship to the golfer.
Perhaps that will change when the photos “related to her relationship with Tiger” are posted. When that will happen, James manager Rodriguez didn’t indicate.