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Woods mistress wants personal apology

February 19, 2010 12:00:00 AM PST
A former porn star who claims to still be in love with Tiger Woods after having a three-year affair with him lashed out at the golf star Friday, saying his televised mea culpa should have included a personal apology to her, in part because he had other mistresses. Apologies poured from Tiger Woods, but not the one this former lover wanted to hear.

"I think everything with him was just a game. He looked at everything like it was a game -- for him to win and conquer," said Veronica Siwik-Daniels, a former adult film star. "I just don't remember signing up for that game."

Siwik-Daniels staged her appearance on Friday with attorney Gloria Allred. They invited the media to watch Woods' morning press conference with them.

"He is so selfish. It's not about anyone else but him," said Siwik-Daniels. "It doesn't feel like it was real. It doesn't feel like it was real for Elin, his children, or his mother."

Siwik-Daniels believes she deserves a public apology by name. She allegedly was involved with the pro golfer for three years.

Siwik-Daniels says she became pregnant twice, but didn't tell him. She gave up the porn business because he was jealous.

"I just want an apology, just one that is meaningful and meant something. I didn't hear none of that except for his fans and the public," said Siwik-Daniels.

When asked about her integrity, Allred came to her defense.

"(He) did not apologize by name to my client, Veronica, and I ask, 'Why no apology?"' Allred said. "Veronica had a three-year romantic relationship with Tiger Woods ... He led her to believe that she was the only woman in his life -- other than his wife."

Siwik-Daniels apologized for any pain she caused to Tiger's wife and kids.

"I am so sorry for my part in any of their pain for Sam, Elin and Charlie," said Siwik-Daniels. "But I can't help that I fell in love with him. You can't help who you love."

Allred said her client did not plan to sue the golfer.