TIGER WOODS Nude: The story of a woman who says she was raped by Tiger Woods
JORDYN WOODSMITH was born in a small town in the western province of Saskatchewan, but moved to the U.S. with her family when she was a teenager.
She’s been in the spotlight since her story was shared on social media.
Woods, who is married and has two children, has been accused of sexual assault and rape in the past, and Woods has denied the allegations.
But Woods’ legal team says the singer’s alleged assault has gone viral after Woods was forced to deny it, and her story has become a cause celebre for women who have been attacked.
Woodsmith told CBC News in an exclusive interview that she and Woods had consensual sex, but she says Woods did not use his hands to touch her.
“I had to physically remove him from me,” she said.
I could hear the car door closing behind me. “
The next thing I remember, I was sitting in the car with my eyes closed and he was in my lap.
I could hear the car door closing behind me.
I was completely paralyzed with fear.
It was like being in a cage.
I’m not going to lie.
I remember being in such a state of shock.”
Woods has apologized to Woodsmiths family, and his lawyers have filed a complaint against the singer.
In a statement, Woods said, “I want to extend my sincerest apologies to my wife, Kristy Woodsmithe, for the emotional, mental and physical pain I have caused her.
I do not understand the hurt and pain she has endured and am deeply sorry.”
Kristy Woods says she is “so sorry” for the “heartbreaking” pain she and her husband have endured.
“He was a stranger in my life,” Woods said.
WoodSmith said she was in the U-Haul van with her husband when Woods took her to a cabin in the woods in October 2012.
The two got into a heated argument, and she says she woke up in a bed surrounded by Woods’ belongings.
She was unable to move her legs and was “really scared” to leave her husband, Woods told CBC.
Woods told Woodsmits husband to get out of the van and the couple left the vehicle in the forest.
Woods says they arrived back at her home in the afternoon, where she said she found Woods standing in front of her with her hands up.
“His arms were over my head, and he put his hands on my breasts,” Woods told the CBC.
“And he started touching my breasts, and it was so forceful.”
Woods says that Woods then started kissing her on the mouth and body.
Woods then reported the alleged assault to a police officer, who arrested Woods for sexual assault.
Woods was charged with sexual assault, forcible confinement and endangering safety.
Woods also said she filed a sexual assault report with the Uptown Police Department.
Woods and Woods have been married for almost a year, but Woods’ family say they were never married.
Woods said she has since been separated from her husband.
“We have not spoken since, and I’m in the process of getting divorced,” Woods wrote on her website.
“If there was ever a time for us to be together, it would have been that time.
We are not married anymore, and we would never marry again.
This is not about revenge, but the need to heal and heal.
I can’t speak for other women in similar situations, but I will say this: I would love for these people to know that they can always talk to their loved ones, and that they are not alone.”
Woods said that Woods’ lawsuit has cost her thousands of dollars in legal fees and lost time.
“It’s been a very difficult time for all of us, and my family is now dealing with the stress and the grief,” Woods added.
Woods has also filed a lawsuit against her former label, A&R Records, which is owned by her former management company, Def Jam.
Woods claims she was fired from her contract with A&am Recordings in February.
She said in her lawsuit that she was never told about the allegations against Woods.
“There were no clear steps taken to make sure she was aware of the facts surrounding this case or any potential repercussions to her career,” Woods’ lawyers wrote in a statement.
“Instead, A+R and its executives simply made a decision to terminate Ms. Woods in response to her allegations of sexual harassment, stalking, and sexual assault.”
Woods’ attorneys also claim that Woods was never informed about her termination until a few weeks before it was filed.
Woods’ attorney, David Cohen, told CBC he believes the singer is the victim of a corporate conspiracy.
“She’s just the victim, and the company that she works for is complicit in this.
This was the outcome that they wanted, and they got it.”