One of Tiger Woods' former mistresses is showing the world the racy texts he allegedly sent to her and they included topics such as threesomes, golden showers and rough sex.
Former porn star Joslyn James has posted more than 100 texts on her website, sextingjoslynjames.com, that she says are from Woods.
She only included texts from Woods, not any of her own texts to the golf pro.
The texts start on July 30, 2009, with a quick, "heading back from the course now." But while most texts are about getting together and where he is golfing, some that are sure to raise eyebrows.
On Aug. 29, there are 30 texts that are particularly racy.
"I would wear you out," one text reads. "I would love to have the ability to make you sore."
Then there's a text that says, "I would like to have a threesome with you and another girl you trust."
The sexting escalates from there.
"I want to treat you rough. Throw you around, spank and slap you," the first text reads. Other texts say the sender wants to "slap your face" and "treat you like a dirty little whore" while partaking in anal and then oral sex.
"Hold you down while I choke you and f--- that a-- that I own," another text reads.
The last one asks, "Where do you want to be bitten?"
On Sept. 8, the texter poses the question, "Have you ever had a golden shower done to you?"
In response to something, the next two texts read, "Really. You. You have done just about everything, haven't you? Never done it. I think I would get stage freight (sic)."
On the same day, a texter says they're going to be late to meet James.
"Having a few issues at home. Might be a little later before I see you tonight," one text reads, followed by, "parenthood meltdown."
The last texts are from Oct. 4.
"Oh my god. If they were with me. You would have ruined everything. I told you. Oh my god. I can't believe what just happened."
The final text reads, "Don't f---ing talk to me. You almost just ruined my whole life. If my agent and these guys would have seen you there, f---."
James said in an interview that she released the texts so people would know the real Woods.
"I just wanted the truth to come out and I wanted the public to know accurate information. People have been getting inaccurate information from some individuals, I'm not going to name any names, but also I feel like Tiger has to take full responsibility for his behaviour," she told Bill Keeler, the host of a morning radio show on 92.7 The Drive, Thursday morning, the same day she posted the texts.
The alleged texts come to light the same week Woods announced he would be returning to competitive golf. He has been on a break since last November, when his multiple affairs made headlines and he and wife Elin Nordegren split.
On Tuesday, Woods announced in a statement that he would golf in the Masters in April.