Photos of 'Tiger' emerge
Is this Tiger Woods? (File)
New York - Tiger Woods was photographed leaving a sex rehabilitation clinic in Mississippi, according to the National Enquirer, which published a photograph on Wednesday purporting to be the troubled golf star.
The photograph shows a man dressed in white holding a cup in his left hand with a black hooded jacked over his shoulders and head and hanging down his chest with a baseball cap on his head under the hood.
Woods has not been seen in public since November 27 when he was involved in a traffic accident outside his Florida home as a scandal involving his admitted infidelity has led to more than a dozen women claiming to have been his lovers.
Woods has taken an indefinite leave from golf and according to undisclosed sources in reports by two television stations has checked into a Hattiesburg, Mississippi, sex rehabilitation clinic.
The tabloid newspaper's report said Woods's wife Elin threatened to take their two children to Sweden unless he went to the clinic and Woods will face a disclosure day when he must admit every affair to his wife.
A report by the Hollywoodlife website purports to outline the treatment schedule patients such as Woods face, citing an undisclosed inside source.
A routine day consists of intense group therapy sessions, doctor evaluations and psychological analysis, with a typical stay of six weeks and a celibacy contract upon entry banning patients from sex with others or masturbation, with wake-up calls at 06:30 in the morning and lights out by 22:30 at night.
The New York Times reported Wednesday that former Woods sponsor AT&T did not pay him any of the millions of dollars remaining in its contract with him after dropping its endorsement deal with him last month.
AT&T still sponsors a PGA event that benefits Woods's foundation but has removed its logo from the superstar's golf bag and no longer supports his charity music event.
Accenture also dropped an endorsement deal with Woods as a result of his admission of infidelity.