I will always cherish the memories that we've created together," Vonn wrote on Facebook.
"Unfortunately, we both lead incredibly hectic lives that force us to spend a majority of our time apart."She added, "I will always admire and respect Tiger.
Labor Day has come and gone but summer technically isn't over just yet, so a little summer lovin' is still OK! Open together and looked "very close," but they made sure not to be photographed together. News explicitly, "I can tell you with 100-percent certainty that they are just friends."Ebersol and Spears broke up in June after only eight months, which came as a surprise to many considering how often she gushed about her writer-producer boyfriend.
Lindsey Vonn and Tiger Woods called their 3-year relationship quits in May, but it looks like she might have already found happiness with someone else: Britney Spears' ex-boyfriend, Charlie Ebersol. She even made a special vest that she wore during her Las Vegas concerts that read "I love Charlie.". Instead, the "Work Bitch" singer deleted all photos of her ex from her Instagram account.
"Tiger and I have mutually decided to end our relationship.They are both very happy and having fun."In August, Spears split from boyfriend David Lucado amid reports that he had cheated on her.Prior to that, she was engaged to her one-time manager Jason Trawick. Charlie Ebersol may be widely known now for his relationship with superstar Britney Spears, but he made a name for himself long before becoming romantically linked to the pop star, and it was overcoming his personal hurdles early on in life that Ebersol credits to helping him be in a relationship with someone like Spears."My personal life is my personal life, but I will say this: If I had not gone through what I've gone through, I would not have been prepared to be in a relationship of any kind, much less in one with someone like Britney, who has the enormous heart that she does," he tells documentary, produced by his entertainment business The Company, which profiles NFL stars as they share deeply personal stories of overcoming prejudice, bullying and discrimination, with the goal of helping young people facing similar challenges.And Ebersol admits that he, too, faced obstacles with bullying growing up."I was bullied very badly in high school," he tells the mag."I was a very successful kid. There was a lot of misplaced rage in high school towards me.