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In this June 11, 2009, file photo, Elin Nordegren talks to her husband, golfer Tiger Woods, during the first quarter of Game 4 of the NBA basketball finals in Orlando, Fla. Ms. Nordegren said she has "been through hell" since her husband's infidelity surfaced but she never hit him, according to an interview released Wednesday, telling People magazine she and Mr. Woods tried for months to reconcile the relationship. In the end, a marriage "without trust and love" wasn't good for anyone, she said. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip, File)
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In this June 11, 2009, file photo, Elin Nordegren talks to her husband, golfer Tiger Woods, during the first quarter of Game 4 of the NBA basketball finals in Orlando, Fla. Ms. Nordegren said she has "been through hell" since her husband's infidelity surfaced but she never hit him, according to an interview released Wednesday, telling People magazine she and Mr. Woods tried for months to reconcile the relationship. In the end, a marriage "without trust and love" wasn't good for anyone, she said. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip, File)

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