Tiger Woods' kindergarten teacher to come forward
According to TMZ, the next woman from Woods' past to make a statement to the media will be none other than... his kindergarten teacher? Seriously.
In 2005, Tiger was interviewed for a book by Charles Barkley called "Who's Afraid of a Large Black Man?" that explored racism in America. Woods told Barkley that on his first day of kindergarten, "A group of sixth graders tied me to a tree, spray-painted the word 'nigger' on me, and threw rocks at me... and the teacher really didn't do much of anything."
The teacher in question is holding a press conference today at Allred's office to address the tale. What's she been doing for the last five years? Is it possible that she deliberately waited for a moment when Tiger was vulnerable?