Adultery Site Offers Tiger Woods $5 Million
Adultery site AshleyMadison.com is offering Tiger Woods $5 million, to be the site’s new face.
An infamous adultery website wants Tiger Woods to know that cheating isn’t all bad – it can earn the golf legend a massive pay day!
TMZ has obtained a contract AshleyMadison.com sent to Woods offering him $5 million for “advertisement, endorsement, sale and promotion” of their site.
The web site made headlines earlier this year when one of its salacious ads was banned from the Super Bowl.
Above a picture of a scantily clad brunette, the ad asked: “Who Are You Doing After the Game?”
AshleyMadison.com has 3.5 million members, making it the largest online dating site for people in relationships, said CEO Noel Biderman.
“Life is Short. Have an Affair,” teases its tagline.
Biderman told the Daily News in January he has preserved more marriages than he has destroyed. It remains to be seen if Elin Nordegren and Woods will fit into the former category.
News of Woods’ extra marital affairs have been trickling in since he crashed his Cadillac Escalade outside his Orlando home last Friday.
So far he has been linked to three women: Kalika Moquin, a Las Vegas nightclub executive; Los Angeles cocktail waitress Jaimee Grubbs, 23; and club promoter Rachel Uchitel, 34.
Meanwhile, porn company Vivid Entertainment will pay $1 million to “any woman who has proof she was a paramour of Tiger Woods and will sign a contract with the studio,” TMZ says.
Woods has been married to Swedish model Nordegren for five years.