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The world listened Friday as Tiger Woods stood in front of the media and vowed to make up for his past indiscretions and become a better man. But what does his former mistress Jamie Jungers think of Tiger's vow of redemption?
"That apology is crap," Jungers told E! News. "He's making a sob story to make people sorry for him. I don't feel sorry for him. I’ve seen his face and his emotions when his father died and this was different. Just by his facial expressions...I'm not going to call him a liar but...he's playing that card."
The model, who had an ongoing fling with the golfer, says that Woods should be asking forgiveness from the women he cheated with -- not random people who weren't directly affected by his actions.
"He's apologizing to these young kids...everybody but the women that were involved in the relationships," a tearful Jungers said. "It's hurtful. It's rude. He should have apologized to the people like myself, his mistresses, because we’re dealing with a lot of stuff too.
Jungers admitted she was disappointed that the golfer didn't, at least, acknowledge his many mistresses.
"It's not one-night stands, it's relationships," says Jungers. "When it's a relationship and you're intimate and you share feelings...he could have at least mentioned the women.
"I know he's trying to win his wife back," she said. "Of course he's not going to apologize to the women he slept with. It's what I expected it to be."
As for the future of Tiger and wife Elin's marriage, Jungers has her doubts that the couple will survive this.
"Once a cheater always a cheater," she said. "Is Elin going to stay with him? I would say no, but I don't have kids with him. He would have to do a lot prove you can trust him again. He needs to go to rehab. He should have never got married. He should have never had kids."
Jungers does agree that Tiger needs more therapy and has only scratched the surface in repairing the destruction he's caused.
"He may have something mentally wrong with him," she says. "Maybe he will change, and I hope he does for the sake of the family. He's done a lot of damage."
"I'm not a home-wrecking whore," she wants the world to know. "If it was up to me I would have never done it in the first place, but I was young and stupid. Of course I'm going to feel guilty...I have a heart. But it was years ago. I shouldn't be the one to be blamed for it. He had lied to me about so many things. Everybody makes mistakes."
But Jungers says she's ready to move on -- without a personal apology from Woods. "Enough has been said and done. I don't want to discuss it. I don't want to be known at Tiger Woods' mistress my whole life. I don't want him to contact me or address it. I don't think I would say anything to him. I want it to be done."
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