The truth about Tiger Woods and Elin’s argument on Thanksgiving night is being peddled on a website, Behind the Gates. The site promises to tell you all about what led up to the now famous accident Tiger had that night.
The website belongs to Wood’s neighbor is who is willing to tell all he has heard and seen while living next door to the pro golfer. He has the dirt and he is willing to share it with us, for a price!
Jerome “Jay” Adams, the next door neighbor of Woods, is willing to tell you what exactly went down the night Tiger smashed his car into the tree. He said he looked down from his balcony and saw Tiger and Elin arguing. He also says that the “Tiger Woods persona is carefully crafted by the people in his camp” and the real “Woods is nothing like what you see in the news and on the links. “The Woods you see in public is a fake”.
Adams has set up a website called, “Behind the Gates” “The Untold Story of Tiger Woods”. It is a pay per view site and it will cost you $3.95 to see the pro golfer’s neighbor telling you all the dirt he has learned from living next door to this world famous golfer. Who needs enemies with neighbors like this?
See a Free Preview of the Website Here: Behind the Gates
It goes without saying that we are living in a tough economy, but is it so bad that you would stoop to setting up a website to dish out the dirt on your neighbor? Nothing is sacred today.
No matter how nasty your neighbor may be, it just is not the American way to spy on them and then share your findings with the public. We should all be watching out for one another and not making money from reporting the private actions of our next door neighbors. This steps over a line, even more so than any media standing on Tiger’s front lawn waiting to catch a glimpse of the fallen sports figure.
It was demographic luck that made him a neighbor of Woods’ and taking advantage of this is just wrong. In this day and age there is not much privacy for a famous figure. They are followed everywhere they go. The only place left to have a sanctuary away from all the prying eyes is your home and a neighbor has no right to invade this. Even if his balcony over looks the back yard and has seen things that would curl your hair, it is still off limits to broadcast if you are a good neighbor.
There is not indication on how well this website is doing as far as visitors paying the admission price, but hopefully people will not fall for such a blatant disregard for a neighbor’s privacy. It could be you tomorrow being billed as a side show on a website your neighbor built. This has gone too far.
Reference: Behind the Gates