Tiger Woods, Lindsey Vonn nude photos removed from Celeb Jihad
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Tiger Woods, Lindsey Vonn nude photos removed from Celeb Jihad

Nude photos of Tiger Woods and ex-girlfriend Lindsey Vonn were removed from photo-leaking website Celeb Jihad on Wednesday, presumably after a legal threat from the 14-time major champion and the all-time skiing great.

The website published the photos on Monday, which were mostly of Vonn and appear to have come from a hack of her phone or a cloud-storage service account of hers, perhaps through iCloud. In the photos published, two were of Woods. One was of Woods shirtless, perhaps in the backyard of his home. The other was purportedly a nude photo of Woods without any imagery of his face.

TMZ reported Woods would pursue legal action to have the photos removed or sue the website. Vonn released a statement saying she was disgusted by the hack and release of the photos.

Woods and Vonn dated for approximately 2 years, going public in March 2013 before ending their relationship in May 2015 after the couple said their hectic schedules make the relationship untenable.

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