Now we know why that 16 foot fence was erected around the bungalow at a rehab facility in Hattiesburg, Mississippi where Tiger Woods is spending six weeks receiving therapy for a supposed sex addiction problem.
According to RadarOnline.com (which gets most of its scoops from the National Enquirer since both are owned by the same media co.), the disgraced golfer's wife Elin Nordegren spent 5 days visiting him at the rehab facility.
Woods has reportedly spent over $100,000 renovating the bungalow and putting in a private pathway on the grounds of the Gentle Path rehab facility.
"The marriage is not over. They both want to save it," a source familiar with the situation told RadarOnline.com exclusively.
Elin returned to Windermere, Florida on Sunday. She left her children in the care of her nanny and her twin sister, which explains why her weight seems to be fluctuating in her photos.
Elin is obviously losing weight, most likely from stress. It seems that recent paparazzi photos taken of a smiling and seemingly content Elin out and about in Florida with the couple's children, were actually photos of her twin sister all along.
The couple's two children, Sam and Charlie, were cared for by nannies and Elin's twin sister, who was photographed with the children at Sea World last week.
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