“The golfer doth protest too much, methinks.”
CNN reports: “A British court has granted Tiger Woods an injunction prohibiting the publication of any nude pictures of him – not that the golfer is acknowledging that any such photos exist.”
“For the avoidance of doubt, this order is not to be taken as an admission that any such photographs exist, and in the even that these photographs do exist, and it is not admitted, any such images may have been fabricated, altered, manipulated, and or changed to create the false appearance and impression that they are nude photographs of our client,” said the Schillings law firm, which is representing Woods.
Anyone found in violation of the court order may be held in contempt of court, and may be fined, imprisoned or have assets seized.
Because everyone goes to the trouble of getting a court to issue an injunction to prohibit the publication of photographs that don’t exist.
Coming from someone who has remained almost silent throughout the entire circus which has surrounded him recently, one can only note that in this case at least actions speak rather a lot louder than words.