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Busted! Tiger Woods Linked To Cocaine Scandal That Could Wreck His Comeback

Disgraced Tiger Woods is returning to pro golf, but a cocaine scandal linked to his saucy new squeeze threatens to wreck his comeback! has learned cops busted the brother of his new party girlfriend Erica Herman for selling coke at a Florida strip joint!

Police documents exclusively obtained by revealed Scott Herman owned a bar in Lantana, called Scallywags, that was targeted in an undercover sting.

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According to the report, police sent a "confidential informant" into the club to probe for crimes.

The informant approached Scott as he tended bar and asked if he "had or knew of someone who could sell" cocaine, the report noted.

"Scott advised the CI to 'hang on a minute,'" and then talked to Scallywags co-owner Bret Laporte.

Laporte, the report stated, dispatched a valet to sell $40 worth, or 1.4 grams, of cocaine to the informant.

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At the same time, naked women were swaying from a "stripper type" pole while men tossed cash at them, the 2008 report added. Six cops swarmed Scott and busted him for selling cocaine and keeping a public nuisance structure for drug activity.

He pleaded guilty to a lesser offense and served probation.

Woods, 41, is still reeling from his own legal woes.

After he was found passed out in his Mercedes on May 29 with prescription meds in his system, Woods completed 28 days in rehab and entered a plea deal for the reckless driving charge, which keeps him out of jail as long as he stays out of trouble.

Erica, 33, is a manager at Tiger's restaurant in Jupiter, Fla. "Erica is a big partyer," said a source who worked with her for five years at a bar.

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