Tiger Woods' lawyers have sent a letter to multiple British newspapers and blogs banning them from publishing any pictures or videos of the golfer in his birthday suit.
The letter cites a court order stating that it "prevents the publication of private and confidential information contained in the Order...", reports TMZ.com.
They're quick to assure newspaper bosses that this legal step doesn't necessarily mean that any risqué shots of Tiger exist!
"This Order is not to be taken as any admission that any such photographs exist, and in the event they do exist they may have been fabricated, altered, manipulated and/or changed to create the false appearance and impression that they are nude photographs of our client."
The court order also blocks the publication of "any photographs, footage or images taken or obtained of the claimant Tiger naked or any naked parts of the claimant's Tiger's body or of him involved in any sexual activity."
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The lawyer's letter says, "Our client is not aware of any images and in any event he would not have consented to any such photographs being taken nor would he have consented to the dissemination or exploitation of the same."