A source tells X17online exclusively that Tiger Woods has entered a private, upscale rehabilitation facility in Arizona. More details inside!
The source tells X17online:
“He has been there for a few days since his handlers forced him to enter the program. They feel that if he blames his cheating on addiction, the public will forgive him.”
Recent reports claim Tiger was spotted in Palm Beach with former (or current?) mistress Rachel Uchitel, but so far no pictures have surfaced nor has anyone gone on the record saying they saw the two together.
Meanwhile, a stint in rehab for Tiger seems like the next logical step. After singer Eric Benet was caught in a much-publicized cheating scandal during his relationship with Halle Berry, he entered rehab for sexual addiction. More recently, Californication star David Duchovny did the same in an effort to redeem his reputation and his marriage with Tea Leoni.
Arizona boasts two high-profile rehabilitation centers – Cottonwood de Tuscon and The Meadows in Phoenix. Cottonwood’s program for sex addiction “centers on helping patients retrain the neural pathways that are activated by their sexual behavior,” while the Meadows focuses on treating alcohol and drug addiction along with compulsive behaviors such as eating, gambling, sex, love addiction/avoidance and codependence. While it seems obvious that Tiger would be entering a facility for sex addiction, it was also reported that he had problems with prescription drug abuse, so it’s entirely possible that he’s being treated for multiple issues.
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