All I Got Was a Broken Heart, Says Jamie Jungers; Lordena Jollie Wanted to be a Star

from – Tiger prowled in public. Las Vegas cocktail waitress Jamie Jungers, one of Woods’ alleged gal pals, said Friday the world’s most recognizable athlete didn’t try to keep their affair on the down low.

“To be honest with you, I’m not really sure [why],” Jungers, 26, told NBC’s “Today” show.

“We went places together; people were taking our photographs in the nightclubs. When I went to see him at the MGM, I would have to check in under my name and say that I was there to see him, and Tiger would come down and get me.”

Jungers said their dalliance began in a Las Vegas nightclub in early 2005 after the married golfer beckoned the busty blond to his table. After a night of heavy drinking, the pair spent the night inside Woods’ hotel room at the MGM Grand.

Woods then began flying Jungers across the country for sexual trysts.

He even flew her to his Los Angeles home while his wife was out of town, she said. All the while, Woods never shied away from appearing in public with his new arm candy, Jungers said.

Jungers spoke out amid claims that she worked as an escort and received cash from Woods to pay for liposuction.

“I didn’t even get a birthday card,” Jungers said. “I got nothing out of this relationship but a broken heart.”

Despite severe financial troubles, Jungers said that during her torrid, 18-month affair with the tarnished golfer, she asked him for help only once.

“He said, ‘I can’t,'” Jungers said.

“I said, ‘I don’t understand.’ I thought maybe he was joking. I was already embarrassed to ask about it. That’s when I told him, ‘That shows to me how much I mean to you, and I can’t do this anymore. I’m already in a rough position in my life, and I have more drama and that’s what I don’t need.'”

Jungers described her salacious relationship with Woods hours before daytime talk show “The View” apologized for labeling one of his other alleged mistresses a “hooker.”

The ABC show, in a statement Friday, said Joy Behar’s remark about New York party girl Rachel Uchitel was a joke.

The public apology came after Uchitel’s lawyer, Gloria Allred, demanded an on-air retraction. That has yet to come. Friday’s episode of the show was taped before the apology was issued.

The controversy swirling around Woods deepened Thursday when Hollywood madam Michelle Braun claimed he regularly shelled out thousands of dollars for threesomes with hookers.

Braun revealed to the Daily News that the randy golfer was particularly smitten by a gorgeous Playboy model from Long Island named Loredana Jolie.

“She’s a stunning girl,” Braun said. “He went out with her four or five times. She took part in group sex. They met up in 2006 or early 2007. I’d say he paid $15,000 for her.”

Jolie, a former Hawaiian Tropics model born in Sicily, declined comment Friday.

A former employer said the busty bombshell has long been hungry for fame.

“She was an innocent girl with too much ambition,” said Chris Kellund, owner of Metro Parties, a company that supplies strippers for private events.

Kellund said he hired Jolie in the early 2000s, but they parted ways months later because she constantly badgered customers for larger tips.

“Everything about her was about fast movement and fame,” Kellund said. “She wanted to be a star.”

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