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Tents Erected Around Sex Clinic Reportedly Housing Tiger Woods

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Speculation continues to grow that Tiger Woods is being treated for sexual addiction at a clinic in southern Mississippi.

This week, a 16-foot fence was erected around the Pine Grove Behavioral Health and Addiction Services clinic in Hattiesburg, Miss., to block out photographers.

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Woods' rep has not returned request for comment, but if the 34-year-old athlete (who has not been spotted since his Nov. 27 car accident) is being treated there, he is likely undergoing intense therapy.

The program (which costs $37,000 for six weeks) is "emotionally exhausting," journalist Benoit Denizet-Lewis tells the new issue of Us Weekly (on newsstands now).

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Denizet-Lewis — who was once treated for sex addiction and spent time at Pine Grove for his 2009 book, America Anonymous — tells Us that Woods, 34, "may be allowed his own room, but he'd still have to do group therapy."

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Also required: A celibacy contract. Says Denizet-Lewis, "It says you won't have sex or masturbate while you're there."

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Would his wife Elin, 30, be allowed to visit?

Yes, Denizet-Lewis tells Us; she would be encouraged to. British tabloids are already reporting that she has visited him.

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