Another day, another garden variety alleged mistress of Tiger Woods. Here’s some modeling photos of Julie Postle, who the NEW YORK POST presents,this morning as the latest alleged extramarital fling of the golfer.
(Is it just me, or are we starting to see a pattern?)
Former bartender Brian Kimbrough, 28, told The Post that he blames Woods for stealing his vivacious girlfriend, claiming the golfer invited her to his mansion for steamy hookups and incessantly called her on her cellphone. Woods’ name would come up on his girlfriend’s caller ID as “Mr. Brightside,” said Kimbrough, who mixed drinks at the Roxy Night Club in Orlando in 2004 when then-girlfriend Julie Postle was first pursued by the golf great.
Same pattern of pursuit and deception in the Postle-Woods alleged tryst, but apparently phone records may exist of Woods calling her Kimbrough’s cell phone.
The NYP also reports:
Several of Kimbrough’s claims were verified by Nola Coles, the mother of Postle’s former Orlando roommate, Morgan Coles — whose phone records, the mother said, also were sought because Tiger used to call Postle on Coles’ phone, too.
So why would Postle be seeking cellphone records of Woods calling her?
What use would cellphone records of the golfer phoning her be, besides to verify that she had a relationship with him?
And why would Postle, an aspiring model who now lives in Houston, want to verify that she had a relationship with Tiger Woods?
Her lawyer, Michael O’Quinn told the Post, “I have no comment.”
Maybe O’Quinn is saving his comment for the press conference.