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Tiger Woods' neighbor has started a pay-per-view website claiming to reveal "what really happened last Thanksgiving night when the world's most famous golfer crashed his Cadillac SUV into his neighbor's tree."

Jerome “Jay” Adams, the brother of the man who first called 911 after Tiger crashed his car is offering viewers a look inside the real Tiger on BehindTheGates.com which promises a "firsthand account of what Tiger Woods is really like behind the sculptured, polished persona we see on television features true stories of Tiger's unscripted persona never shared until now."

“He’s not real,” Adams says in a preview video on the site (the full version can be purchased for $3.99.) “He’s not true. The person that you know is just a crafted image, crafted by the individuals that are on his team.”

Tiger is currently in the midst of what could be a very nasty divorce from wife Elin Nordegren, with the custody of his two young children at stake. The revelations from Adams' website could severely damage his case.

Advertisers, however, are slowly coming back around to the fallen golf star. EA Sports shot a commercial with a smiling Tiger for their Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11 game in Orlando earlier this week:

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Doesn't look too concerned about his neighbor's new website!