Joslyn James, an adult film actress who allegedly was one of the women who had an affair with Tiger Woods, called in to the Dennis & Callahan show Wednesday morning to explain why she has been detailing information about her relationship with the golfer. "It wasn't about revenge," she said. "It was about getting the truth out." James insisted money is not a motive: "It was never about the money. It was about giving me the honest truth and showing me the same respect I gave him," she said, adding, "There will be no lawsuit."
James said Woods lied to her repeatedly, denying that he was having affairs with more than a dozen other women. "He told me on several occasions, not only on text messages but also face to face ... that we would have a lifetime together and that he was not seeing anyone else — other than me and his wife." she said, adding, "He assured me that he wasn't seeing anyone else, he didn't trust anybody, people were just lying, telling stories. ... [He said] I was the only one he cared about besides his wife."
James previously indicated she got pregnant during her relationship with Woods but elected to have an abortion. "Children aren't dollar signs, children are people," she said. "It wasn't about trying to get a payday or trying to trap anybody. ... Children should be brought into a relationship where it shouldn't be that complicated. No child deserves that kind of stress."
James recently distributed text messages purportedly from Woods in which the golfer makes requests for sex in which he would be physically aggressive toward her. "It was his idea and I went along with it because I loved him and I cared about him and I wanted him to be happy," James said. "If it meant fulfilling his sexual appetite and role playing, I wanted to do that."
James said she will release more details about her relationship with Woods on her website later Wednesday morning. "More information that's going to open certain people's eyes, let people know that he's still not telling the whole truth," she said. "It just validates that he's still not admitting and accepting the truth."
As for Woods' public apologies, James isn't convinced. "That could be true, but from what I saw it seemed like he's just trying to gain his credibility back for his career and his endorsements," she said. "It didn't seem sincere."
Despite the hard feelings, James said she still will root for Woods when he returns to golf next month at the Masters. "He was born to play golf, he's amazing at it," she said. "I wish him the best."
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