Tiger Woods and Lindsey Vonn cheating reports have been alleged by several tabloids, and after the claims reached the ears of the famous sports couple, Vonn came out to deny the rumors. Vonn, through a representative, said that there is no truth to the reports.
The Tiger Woods and Lindsey Vonn cheating scandal was alleged by The National Enquirer, who said that the 28-year-old Olympic skier cheated on her beau when she attended a Justin Timberlake and Jay Z concert in Miami Aug. 16. She and her girlfriends were able to head backstage, and according to the rumors, she threw herself at a man while there.
"She threw herself into his arms and they started on a long session of deep kissing that went on for several minutes," an unnamed source told The Enquirer. "He was a tall, good-looking man, maybe in his mid-40s, with graying temples. They were really going at it."
Though the credibility of The National Enquirer has been questioned before, Vonn did attend a concert in August, both tweeting and Instagramming the event. A representative responded to the claims, which will be released in more detail in the tabloid's Sept. 23 edition.
"There is not an ounce of truth in this clearly made up story," her rep told The New York Daily News.
This story may be dubious at best, but The National Enquirer did bust Tiger during his infamous cheating scandal with then-wife Elin Nodegren in 2009. However, Vonn seems very happy with Woods, and said so during an interview in August.
"There's really nothing about him that bothers me," she admitted to People magazine. "He doesn't even leave the seat up! It's awesome."
The two pro athletes have been public about their romance since March of this year, when they addressed rumors of their interest in each other on Facebook.
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