We Told You First: Tiger Woods Staged Photos the Day Before Public Apology!

Thu, February 25, 2010 8:06pm EDT by 1 Comment
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We knew it! Tiger Woods orchestrated his “first public appearance” with a photo agency!

Tiger Woods, we knew those photos looked fake! Tiger reportedly approached Getty Images to shoot the pics, days before his public apology.

We called it the day the photos were taken, Feb. 19! After disappearing completely from the public eye for three months, Tiger suddenly showed up smiling, casually running with a trainer in his hometown of Windermere, Florida. And it was “coincidentally” on the very same day that his rep released a statement saying that he would be issuing a public apology the next day. It sounded too good to be true…and it was!

Jonathan Klein, CEO of Getty Images, told CNBC, “We were approached and Tiger happened to know the photographer (Sam Greenwood) and has known him for a long time.”

Now we wasn to know if the photos of Elin Nordegren taken the day before the press conference were staged, too? She sure was sporting a lot of Nike that day. Hmmmm.

Klein said his agency made “very little” money from the faked photo — they made a deal with Tiger’s people to make it available to other wire agencies.

Tiger, for someone who remained so private for so long we just knew that there was something fishy. Turns out we were right!

For more information on this story, read TMZ.

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CLB

Posted at 12:41 PM on February 26, 2010  

The media should stop using Tiger Woods and his family for high ratings and sales.Tiger apologized to everyone and accepted that what he did was very wrong. Tiger confirmed he needs help and that he is receiving rehab to address his issues. Tiger said he wants to regain balance in his life to save the two things that are most important to him, his wife and his children. Tiger is trying to put his life back together and he has a right to do so. It is time for the media to back off and let Tiger and his family move on with their life!!!

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