Two new Tiger tales emerged Wednesday - one involving country music star LeAnn Rimes - as the scandal involving the world's No. 1 golfer continues to get crazier.
The husband of adult film star Devon James, who claimed that she had a two-year affair with pro golfer Tiger Woods, backed up her story, FOX News reported. Kevin James - who is also an adult film star - told FOX News that Woods and his wife met up to 10 times from late 2006 to 2008 at an "incall location" -- a place a man visits a prostitute for sex.
James, a porn actor and producer, said he was not married to Devon at the time. He declined to indicate where an alleged threesome took place, or how many times Woods' may have paid for sex.
James added he is not jealous that is wife could be No. 15 on a long list of women who claimed affairs with the golfer.
"Not really, I sleep with like five women a week," he said. "There's no jealously really when you're in the adult business. If there was, you'd be jealous everyday and want to kill yourself."
And now he says his phone is ringing off the hook. Representatives from several radio shows have been calling to get Devon's side of the story, according to James.
"Today is just a crazy day," he said. "She's the number one Googled girl in America right now. We're just going to take offers and see what's next."
Meanwhile, Us Weekly reported Wednesday that Woods once dated Rimes over eight years ago.
The serial cheater went out with the singer-turned-actress - who is now 27 years old - "a few times" before she married her soon to be ex-husband Dean Sheremet in 2002, a source told the magazine.
Rimes' father intervened because he thought his teenage daughter was too young for Woods, who was 7 years her senior, according to the source.
The source told the magazine, "Tiger was really into her. He likes those blondes!"
Woods underwent sex addiction therapy after cheating on his wife with a series of women. Rimes and Sheremet split after her on-set affair with co-star Eddie Cibrian during the filming of Lifetime movie "Northern Lights" in 2009.