Toothgate remains a mystery, and Lindsey Vonn still isn't dropping any clues.
In January 2015, Tiger Woods was in Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy, watching then-girlfriend Vonn win her record 63rd World Cup race. While Vonn accepted her prize on the podium, Woods was photographed without a tooth.
"The dude with (a) video camera on (his) shoulder kneeling right in front of me stood up and turned and caught me square in the mouth," Woods said afterwards. "He chipped that one, cracked the other one ... Luckily, he hit the one I had a root canal on. That’s the one that chipped. But the other one had to be fixed as well because it had cracks all through it."
"Access Hollywood" guest host Donald Faison asked Vonn about the tooth incident Wednesday and whether Woods made her sign an non-disclosure agreement.
Vonn, who openly talked about being single on the program, went back into loyal-to-Woods mode.
"He turned into a camera," she says. "They were taking pictures from below him and he stood up."
Vonn and Woods dated from March 2013 to May 2015, and Vonn says the two are "still in touch."
"I still love him," Vonn says. "He's a great guy and a great father. I have the utmost respect for him. I wish him the best. We're friends. We're just two adults that it didn't work out."
Golf has not been working out for Woods lately. The 14-time major champion has yet to play in 2016 after recovering from back surgery in September 2015.
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