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Tiger Woods ‘had sex withneighbour’s daughter’

Tiger not out of the rough asgirl he’s known since she was14 claims they had an affair

Tiger Woods Raychel Coudriet

Tiger Woods returned home to Florida last night having to deal not only with his defeat in the US Masters but, if the American tabloids are to be believed, an angry neighbour whose 22-year-old daughter has claimed she was seduced by the golfer.

Raychel Coudriet, daughter of construction tycoon Ray Coudriet, told the National Enquirer that she has known Tiger since she was 14 and for a long time had a schoolgirl crush on her dad's famous neighbour on the Isleworth estate.

She says Tiger made a move on her last May when she was 21, six months before his serial cheating with a succession of porn stars and party girls was exposed to the world.

He began by inviting her to join him at a party at a mutual friend's house. When Raychel turned up with a girlfriend in tow he allegedly texted her, suggesting she get her friend to take her home so he could meet her there. According to Raychel, he picked her up in his famous Cadillac Escalade and drove her to his private office where they had sex.

Afterwards, Tiger sent constant text messages asking to meet again, but Raychel refused. She told the National Enquirer that the sight of a crib for his baby son Charlie in the office where they had sex had made her feel guilty.

After the scandal of Tiger's serial cheating broke in November, Raychel apparently accosted Woods in the Isleworth gym, and told him: "I feel extremely violated by what you did to me."

She says Woods reacted without emotion, saying "Sorry about that" before walking away.

According to press reports this weekend, Raychel's father Ray is "livid" and will be seeking answers from Tiger.

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