A Los Angeles cocktail waitress claims she had a nearly three-year fling with golf superstar Tiger Woods, according to US Weekly magazine.
Jaimee Grubbs, 24, told the magazine that she began having an affair with Woods in April 2007 and has since had 20 sexual encounters with the golfer.
The article, published today on the magazine's Web site, said that Grubbs claims to have more than "300 racy texts from Woods" as well as photos.
Voicemails allegedly left by Woods on Grubbs' cell phone will be released on the magazine's site Wednesday, according to the report.
Grubbs recently appeared on VH1's "Tool Academy."
Messages left for Woods' attorney, Mark NeJame, were not immediately returned.
Woods apparently referenced the allegations of an affair in a statement on his Web site following his one-car accident last week.
The statement praised his wife for "acting courageously" to help him after his accident and denounced "unfounded and malicious rumors that are currently circulating about my family and me."
He also said: "This situation is my fault, and it's obviously embarrassing to my family and me. I'm human and I'm not perfect."
The Florida Highway Patrol announced today that Tiger Woods was issued a traffic citation for careless driving but will not face criminal charges stemming from last week's car crash.
Woods was "at fault" for the car accident outside his Florida home Friday, said FHP Sgt. Cindy Williams, and faced a $164 fine and a four-point deduction from his license.
Late Tuesday, Woods' lawyer NeJame said that the athlete had paid the fine.
"We are please with the outcome," said NeJame. "It's over."
There was "insufficient evidence" for authorities to subpoena medical records from Woods, according to FHP Sgt. Kim Montes, and so no criminal charges will be filed and the investigation has now concluded.
Montes added that Woods' "celebrity status" did not have any impact on the investigation.
Earlier today, the lawyer for the neighbor who called 911 late last week after Woods' car crash said that the golf star's injuries appeared to be the result of the accident and not a domestic dispute.
Bill Sharpe, the attorney for the family of Linda Adams and her son Jarius, who is believed to be the 911 caller, said that Woods' injuries were "consistent with a car accident" and "inconsistent with being beaten up."
"None of his injuries looked like he was beat up with a golf club," said Sharpe.
The Adams family "comforted Mrs. Woods," who looked "upset," said Sharpe, speaking from his Orlando, Fla., law office.
Tigers appeared "woozy" when the Adams first saw him and instructed the golfer not to move until help arrived, said Sharpe.
Sharpe added that none of the Adams reported seeing any evidence that suggested a domestic dispute and did not hear anything that would suggest otherwise. No evidence of drugs or alcohol were seen on the scene by family either, said Sharpe.
Adams is believed to have called authorities after Woods plowed his SUV into a fire hydrant and then a tree outside his Windermere, Fla., home early last Friday morning.
Woods' wife, Elin Nordegren, reportedly used a golf club to smash a window of his SUV to get him out.
Sharpe said today that his clients did not see any golf clubs at the scene of the accident.