Tiger Woods and Elin Nordegren can at least stand in solidarity over one thing: their distaste of the paparazzi.
RadarOnline.com has learned that the couple has released a letter to the parents of the Premier Academy, the daycare facility attended by their 2-year-old daughter Sam, in which they apologize for the presence of media near the campus in the wake of Woods’ sex scandal.
The family’s well-publicized woes have drawn legions of photographers to their Windermere, Florida community in search of shots of the reclusive golf ace and his clan.
"We would like to ... offer our personal apology for any inconvenience you are experiencing due to the increased media scrutiny surrounding our children," read the letter, posted on Orlando TV affiliate WFTV9.com. "We hope that the paparazzi will find something better to do with their time in the near future."
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An off-duty lawman, WFTV9.com reported, has been hired to monitor the perimeter of the facility.