Elin Nordegren won't be appearing in ads for Puma despite a false report.
"To correct recent news headlines, PUMA has no plans to engage in a brand sponsorship agreement with Elin Woods," a rep for the company tells "Extra."See what Tiger Woods looked like as a kid
On Tuesday, reports surfaced that Nordegren would endorse the athletic brand just to spite her husband Tiger Woods, a longtime Nike spokesman.
Nordegren is reportedly about to divorce her husband, who has been linked to 14 women.Look back at Tiger and Elin's happier days
A moving truck and two utility vehicles were spotted at the family's Florida mansion Tuesday, where carefully covered art was removed. Nordegren briefly stopped by the home with her children, Sam, 2, and Charlie, 10 months.
Woods is apparently staying out-of-state with a pal, according to the New York Post.