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Tiger Woods Scandal Unfolds

After media coverage of his car accident on November 27, 2009, drew attention to his personal life, golf legend Tiger Woods admitted he had carried on a number of extramarital affairs. An ABC News broadcast on December 9 chronicles the digital trail of evidence Woods left behind.

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