Jaimee Grubbs Would Ask Tiger "Why?"
Jaimee Grubbs tells INSIDE EDITION she expects Tiger Woods to apologize, not to her specifically, but to everyone affected by the scandal.
"For him to make this statement that he is tomorrow is a big deal. I think he is a person that does like to just go into hiding and hope it blows over," says former Tiger Woods mistress Jaimee Grubbs.
Grubbs says she wants to hear Tiger Woods apologize when he makes his first appearance since the scandal over his infidelities erupted.
"What do you want Tiger Woods to say?" asks INSIDE EDITION's Jim Moret.
"I'd like him to make an apology for everything he has done," says Grubbs
"Who do you think Tiger should apologize to?" asks Moret.
"I think if he makes a personal apology directed towards any one person it should be to his wife and his family," she says.
And she says his wife Elin should stay away from Woods's appearance, and make him face this ordeal alone.
"I think that he should start admitting his problems and come forth and be this role model that he was. He's finally admitting something after three months when he should have been doing it two months ago."
Moret showed Grubbs the latest picture of Woods, jogging in his neighborhood. The first thing she noticed was his weight gain, saying he looked bigger.
But it was no surprise to her that he was not wearing his wedding ring.
"That's something I'm very much used to," she says.
"He never wore a ring when you were together?"
"No I never saw a ring on him," she tells Moret.
Grubbs was only 21 when she met the golfing great in Las Vegas.
Their almost-three-year-long relationship ended at Thanksgiving, when she received the now-infamous voicemail from Woods, terrified Elin was about to discover their affair.
"Hi it's Tiger. I need you to do me a huge favor. Can you please take your name off your phone? My wife went through my phone and may be calling you."
Since then, Grubbs has discovered she was just one of as many as 20 mistresses.
"Are you angry? Do you feel like you were lied to?" asks Moret.
"I've always felt deceived in this whole process and betrayed. I do kind of have a lot of resentment toward him for that. I don't hate him as a person, I don't think I regret ever meeting him. But my perception of him is definitely a lot different than from when I met him," explains Grubbs.
Among the other women coming forward is Joslyn James, who revealed on INSIDE EDITION she twice became pregnant while dating Woods.
"I would say that'd be very hard to comprehend that that would be true. I just don't think he would be...I want to say I don't think he's that careless."
Grubbs says she doesn't expect to hear from Woods again, but she knows what she would like to tell him: "Why? Why didn't you let me go? Why was I so important for you to have in your life when you did have 12 other women? Why drag me along?"
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