Residents: Leave Tiger alone

After watching Tiger Woods apologize to his fans, Brooklyn residents say they are ready to move on.Many say they are tired of hearing about the

BROOKLYN - After watching Tiger Woods apologize to his fans, Brooklyn residents say they are ready to move on.

Many say they are tired of hearing about the celebrity's personal life. Others are not convinced the apology was sincere.

"He'll do anything for money," says resident Marcos Mesquita.

Woods says he is responsible for his actions and attended a clinic for 45 days. He insists there were no instances of domestic abuse during his marriage.

AP wires contributed to this story

Watch the full video of Tigers' statement here

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