Before a married LeAnn Rimes stole Eddie Cibrian away from his wife—and prior to Elin Nordegren divorcing Tiger Woods for his womanizing behavior—the country singer and golf legend hooked up?
Men behaving badly are in the news regularly. We are riveted by the stories of Anthony Weiner, former governor and San Diego mayor Bob Filner. These public figures create spectacular media sensations when their actions become exposed. When the famous are exposed they attract headlines as well as our fascination, think of Tiger Woods or Eliot Spitzer or Mark Sanford or Kobe Bryant or Bill Clinton or Arnold Schwarzenegger. This type of drama goes on in private too, causing pain and heartache to thousands of families out of the public eye.
Olympic skier Vonn took to Facebook to officially confirm that she is, in fact, dating the legendary golfer—and legendary womanizer.
I dated a married guy once. In fact, we were engaged and almost got married ourselves. What broke us up? That he was married when we got together, ironically. Oddly enough, never once in all the years we struggled to make that relationship work did it ever occur to me to call my local paper (or a global tabloid) and give a blow-by-blow description to people who deliberately use the information to humiliate and desecrate the people involved; namely, his wife and family. Nope. Not ever. As a matter of fact, I felt quite the opposite.
We hear about it almost every day. Some Hollywood celebrity or Washington politician has cheated on his poor, unsuspecting wife. Sometimes as many as 14 accusers come forward alleging affairs, as was the case with golf great Tiger Woods. But is infidelity really as rampant as the media makes it seem, or is it just a ploy to sell tabloid magazines?
You see, I am not a believer that people do the best they can but rather I believe that people just do what they do. (And, in many cases, whatever they can get away with.) So, unless you are a bona fide junkie, addicted to the rush of break-up and make-up, wake up and smell the four truths about cheating.
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Rachel Uchitel, 36, also known as the "most famous mistress on the planet" after her well-publicized affairs with golfer Tiger Woods and Bones star David Boreanaz, is not going to win the Ms. Relationship of the Year Award anytime soon. Perhaps not even now that she's officially a Mrs.
The label “sex addict” has been plastered on public figures like Anthony Weiner, Tiger Woods, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Michael Douglas, and David Duchovny (just to name a few). It’s easy to see that the extra-curricular sexual activities of these men have been harmful to their families, work, and themselves. The question for the rest of us is: Does the personal addictive patterns of celebrities reveal a pattern of sexuality that is occurring throughout our society (an expression that ultimately doesn’t bring greater satisfaction or meaning)?
Two years ago, Elin Nordegren's life was falling apart after finding out about her husband, Tiger Woods, infidelity with Rachel Uchitel... and countless others. But now the former Swedish model is back on top. She's so in love with her new millionaire beau, Jamie Dingman, that she may be thinking about marriage number two, according to the National Enquirer
"I believe Andy was meant to die because he was too good ... I'm almost happy it ended the way it did because I've learned so many lessons from him. It would have been tragic if we got into fights and then divorced ... [If he had lived], I would be a fat housewife with three kids in Sands Point, Long Island."
You would think that Elin Nordegren would stick to dating boy scouts after what she went through with cheating ex-husband Tiger Woods. Not so. According to OK! Magazine, the Swedish model's new businessman boyfriend Jamie Dingman is "a total playboy." What’s worse? TMZ claims that Dingman has been romantically linked to Rachel Uchitel, Tiger's most infamous mistress.
What do Tiger Woods, Brett Favre, David Letterman and Oprah Winfrey all have in common? They all paid off people to keep their business private. But all the underage affairs, love children and who-knows-what-other-shenanigans are laid bare in this photo gallery by The Daily Beast.
Unfaithful politicians are all over the headlines; just look at the tabloid history of Bill Clinton, Elliot Spitzer and John Edwards, all forced to suffer the repercussions of being caught with their pants around their ankles. But political figureheads aren't the only ones who cheat. Look at Tiger Woods. Or Donald Trump. They all have two things in common. First, their infidelity. Second, their positions of power.