Tiger Woods' Ex Reportedly Rescued From Sex And Drug Den By Reality TV Star

Wood's ex-mistress Jamie Jungers was reportedly rescued from a Vegas sex and drugs den by a reality TV star.

According to The Sun, Dog the Bounty Hunter -- who had a self-titled reality show following his life as an actual bounty hunter -- found Jungers after she had reportedly been "exchanging sex for drugs".

Footage obtained by Radar Online showed Dog -- real name Duane Chapman -- and his team making a midnight raid on a property where they were stopped by armed men, negotiating Jungers' release.

Jungers was apprehended as Chapman shouted, "What's your name b**ch" at her, refusing her requests to not be filmed.

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"She was 88 pounds when we got her and the handcuffs wouldn’t even go on her wrists because they were so skinny," Chapman told Radar, "She was going to die in the next few weeks."

"These guys were holding her in a house where she was giving sexual favours for drugs."

A Day In The Life Of Jamie Junger
Junger posing in 2009 following the revelation that she was one of Tiger Wood's mistresses. Image: Shahar Azran/WireImage.

The now 35-year-old Jungers was revealed to be one of Tiger Woods' mistresses back in his highly publicised 2009 cheating scandal.

Chapman reportedly handed Jungers over to Vegas authorities and is currently being held on charges of drug possession and being a fugitive. Court documents revealed Jungers had six prior charges in her home state of Kansas after failing to show up for several court appearances for allegedly stealing from her dad.

In 2011 Jungers was arrested after being involved in a car accident in Vegas where she was charged with driving under the influence and driving with suspended registration.

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