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Tiger's crash tapes released

2010-01-23 16:00
Audio tapes released (File)
Washington - The audio tapes of the night Tiger Woods had his infamous car accident have been released.

WKMG TV has obtained the official tapes from the Florida Highway Patrol.

The accident on Thanksgiving morning turned the ace golfer's life around by exposing his multiple "transgressions".

Woods is said to have had affairs with 14 women during his marriage with now estranged wife Elin Nordegren.

Meanwhile, he has entered the sex rehab following the exposure of his sexcapades.

It is believed that it could take around five years for him to cure his sex addiction.

Woods is being treated at The Pine Grove Behavioural Health and Addiction Services clinic in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, where unconfirmed reports state Elin has visited him.

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