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October 10, 2019

Duane Chapman's Team Are Tracking Down Tiger Woods' Ex-Mistress Jamie Jungers in the Latest 'Dog's Most Wanted'

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Duane "Dog" Chapman recently teased a new episode of "Dog's Most Wanted," and it reveals that Jamie Jungers, Tiger Woods' infamous ex-mistress, is on their wanted list. 

Jamie Jungers is best known for being one of the many women Tiger Woods allegedly had an affair with while he was married to Elin Nordegren. 

:TV personality Duane Chapman aka Dog the Bounty Hunter visits "FOX & Friends" at FOX Studios on August 28, 2019 in New York City | Photo: Getty Images

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Jungers, who is a former stripper, makes a rather unique feature on "Dog's Most Wanted" as Duane and his now late wife, Beth track her in what they termed a "covert operation." Duane wrote to caption the teaser,

"From the headlines to your tv screen. You won't want to miss tonight's ALL-NEW #DogsMostWanted at 9/8c only on @WGNAmerica. Tweet live with us during the show!!" 

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The teaser features snippets from the episode, which was set to air on Wednesday, October 9. It had the Chapman couple and their team tracking down Jamie Jungers in Las Vegas.

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Jungers, who had an 18-month affair with Tiger Woods in 2009, was allegedly found by the team in a "drug den" back in November 2018. 

The Chapmans reportedly shared that at the time they found her, Jungers was trading sex for drugs; she was found with heroin and even more dishearteningly, weighed just 88 pounds.

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While speaking to Duane, who empathically advised her to stop doing drugs, an emotional Jungers shared that she blames her becoming a "junkie" on Tiger Woods. She said,

"I never in a million years would have thought I'd ever be a junkie ever. I wish him the best, but initially, all of this is because of him. I'm going to blame him for my drug use and where I am at right now because of what I went through with dating him." 

Thankfully, things worked out well for Jungers going by the short footage of her thanking Duane taken three months after her arrest. 

"Dog's Most Wanted" airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET on WGN America.

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