Tiger Woods‘ wife, Elin Nordegren Woods, allegedly visited her disgraced hubby at a sex rehab clinic in Mississippi last week. The Swedish bombshell reportedly spent five days with Tiger Woods at the sex rehab clinic before returning home on Sunday.
Tiger Woods is allegedly undergoing treatment for sexual addiction at the Gentle Path center in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. A grainy photograph showing a man alleged to be Woods at the clinic was published last week by RadarOnline.com. The photo originated from The National Enquirer.
A visit from Elin Nordegren to the clinic where Woods is allegedly staying smacks of possible reconciliation, despite the golf legend’s many indiscretions. Then again, she could have just wanted the satisfaction of torturing him for his cheating ways in person.
Even as the media speculates about whether or not Woods and his wife will eventually end up in divorce court, another alleged mistress has reportedly surfaced. Emma Rotherham allegedly met the golfer at an Orlando nightclub in 2008 and became his ‘on-call lover’.
Britain’s News of the World claims the woman was paid $500,000 to keep quiet about her affair with Tiger Woods. Rotherham reportedly received a text message from Tiger Woods shortly after his infamous tree-crashing incident after Thanksgiving saying: “Don’t contact me. Elin is going through everything.”
If the new mistress’ tale is to be believed, that would bring the list of alleged Tiger Woods mistresses to 13 named and 6 or so unnamed women so far. Rumored named mistresses or romantic interestsÂ of Tiger Woods include: Rachel Uchitel, Jaimee Grubbs, Cori Rist, Kalika Moquin, Jamie Jungers, Mindy Lawton, Julie Postle, Holly Sampson, Theresa Rogers, Loredana Jolie, Joselyn James, Jessica Simpson and now, Emma Rotherham.
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We’re still betting Elin Nordegren used a golf club that fateful night to do more than smash in the windows of Woods’ SUV to ‘rescue’ him…
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