In hiring Hollywood entertainment boutique Lavely & Singer to help him sort through his recent troubles, Tiger Woods turned to a shop known for stomping out potentially libelous material on behalf of celebrity clients.

Woods retained the firm amid continued media reports that he’d engaged in extramarital affairs, The Wall Street Journal has reported. The scandal has tarnished the golfer’s previously pristine public image.

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