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Vanity Fair's current Tiger Woods cover, along with the six interior photos that accompany an article on the much-maligned golfer, have helped put a dent in photographer Annie Leibovitz's reported multi-million dollar debt, the New York Post reports.

Five years ago, Woods posed for the out lesbian photographer, going shirtless, doing pull-ups and lounging in a bathrobe. Leibovitz then locked the photographs in her archive--until Vanity Fair came calling last month in the wake of the golfer's multiple sex scandals.

Writes The Post: "When the Tiger scandal blew up on Thanksgiving--"and his paramours started pouring out of every cupboard like tenement cockroaches," as Vanity Fair puts it--Leibovitz dug up the photos and sold them to the magazine."

The Post didn't report how much Leibovitz was paid for the photos, but magazine insiders suggest it was for considerably more than her typical rate.

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