There have been claims that Woods used paid escorts over the course of his infidelities, but Jungers denied receiving any money. "I didn't even get a birthday card ... I got nothing out of this relationship but a broken heart."
She also seemed surprised that Tiger didn't do much to keep their relationship a secret.
"To be honest with you, I'm not really sure [why]... 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."
Chris Cooley can only shake his head.
Jungers, who says she was struggling financially, asked Woods to "help me out," but he declined. She then 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."
And while she feels bad for Elin, Jungers, mistress No. 3 by our count, has mixed feelings on whether she would offer up an apology, Jaimee Grubbs-style.
"Yes, and no; I mean, I wouldn't want somebody to do it to me, but I'm not going to take full blame for this. I never wanted this to come out, and I never would have said anything or I could have done it years ago."
[MSNBC: Admitted Tiger mistress: No $, only heartbreak]
[SoYoked: Jungers Interviewed On The Today Show]