ORLANDO (Florida) (AFP) Gloom increased around scandal-tainted golf legend Tiger Woods on Monday after it was announced that his wife bought a new home in Sweden and more corporate sponsors severed ties. Woods announced Friday he was taking an indefinite break from golf after admitting he had cheated on his wife. Ten women, including a show club hostess, pancake restaurant waitress, porn star and cocktail waitress, have claimed to had sexual relationships with the 14-time winner of golf Majors. His squeaky-clean image took a new blow on Sunday after a resident association in Sweden announced that Woods wife, Elin Nordegren, had bought a beachfront estate on an island near Stockholm. Elin Nordegren bought a house on the island, its true. Shes the owner since December 1, Sten-Aake Johansson, head of Faaglaro islands residents association, told AFP. There are around 140 properties on Faaglaro, 40 kilometres (25 miles) southeast of Stockholm. The property consists of several houses, its a renovated farm, on the water with a beach, Johansson said. According to the Swedish Aftonbladet daily the 24,000-square-metre property with swimming pool was sold for 16 million crowns (1.5 million euros/2.2 million dollars). Faaglaro, part of an archipelago of thousands of islands between Stockholm and the Baltic, is reached by boat from the port of Vaxholm, where the former supermodel grew up. It was not immediately clear how Nordegren intended to use the property. She has not publicly commented on her husbands infidelities. Woods, who has a son and daughter with Nordegren, said he wanted to work on being a better husband, father and person. But a another major corporate sponsor announced Sunday it was ending its six-year ties with the golf star. Accenture, a Dublin-based technology and management company, said that Woods was no longer the right representative for its advertising. Accenture said that it wishes only the best for Woods and his family. Woods has been at the center of ad campaigns that once included slogans like Go on. Be a Tiger, or We know what it takes to be a Tiger. Accenture, which had already removed an image of Woods from its website, said it would immediately launch a new advertising campaign. It was the latest in a series of companies to reevaluate their sponsorship of the worlds top golfer after Woods crashed his Cadillac Escalade sports utility vehicle into a tree and fire hydrant just outside his home in bizarre circumstances on November 27, unleashing a media firestorm. Gillette announced Saturday it would phase him out of advertisements while he takes a break from golf, calling it a supportive move. AT&T, which backs the US PGA Tour, said in a statement, We are presently evaluating our ongoing relationship with him. However, none of the companies indicated they were permanently ending their relationship with Woods, and scaling back their associations may largely be a temporary effort. Woods, who is estimated to have earned more than one billion dollars from endorsements and prize money, has drawn extra attention and sponsor support to golf. Meanwhile, in what is being presented as his last interview before the scandal broke out, Woods said family always comes for him before golf. New Zealand sports commentator Murray Deaker interviewed the golf superstar at the Australian Masters last month. Family first and golf second. Always be like that? Deaker asked Woods. Always, the golfer replied in a promotional clip for the interview.