It's a shame, really.
Not that he cheated. Stupid, perhaps, for a man in his position but not especially out of the ordinary. It's a shame that it's turned into such a circus, courtesy of a minor traffic accident and now an attention-seeking. money-grubbing waitress.
There are some stars that trade on their private lives to enhance their image. Selling photos of weddings and kids, spilling details to boost their newspaper column inches, etc. In some of those cases, yes, stories like this become fair game. B
But Tiger has always kept his private life private and hasn't traded on it. His endorsements were related to sport, not personal life. That's why I think he deserves to keep it that way. He never tried to sell us Tiger as perfect family man... we just made the assumption since we, quite rightly, didn't know.
But we live in a celebrity scandal-obsessed, tabloid world with a 24-hour news cycle... He's going to have to deal with the glare for a while. And he'll have moles and photographers stalking him for ages waiting for the next slip-up. Hopefully people will move on to something else at some point... soon!