Nike is steadfastly standing by Tiger Woods, while the golfer faces marital turmoil. However, AT&T is “evaluating the relationship with Woods” and Gillette has restricted the golfer’s role in its marketing program.
But the big bombshell is that the estimated 7$ million a year endorsement from international consulting firm, Accenture, is no longer. In a statement, Accenture writes, “After careful consideration and analysis, the company has determined that he is no longer the right representative for its advertising.”
Another blow to the golfer’s image, has now come with the admission by his alleged mistress, Jamie Jungers, that Tiger was with her when he learned his father had passed from cancer. 26-year-old Jungers tells News of the World, “We were hangin’ out and [Tiger] got a phone call from his mother. His father wasn’t doing very well.”
She adds, “I was beside him wearing nothing but a pair of panties.” I hope they were at least black, to adequately express her sympathetic mourning–mourning panties, if you will.
Gallery Info: Jamie Jungers is interviewed on the Today show in New York City.