Volume 47, Number 9 - December 14, 2009

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Treenail Walker
Treenail Walker
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HAPPY FAMILY: Or is it? After Woods so called "transgressions" he was working on a prenuptial agreement to give his wife $55 million to keep her from moving out and taking the kids. A little too late, Woods' wife, Elin Nordegren, left their Orlando mansion on Dec. 7.

Has the Tiger been caught?

By Treenail Walker

Tiger Woods usually makes news for what he can do with a golf club, but recently Tiger has been caught playing around outside the golf course.

Woods was rumored to have been cheating on his wife, Elin Nordegren. Many have speculated that it caused a domestic feud that resulted in a car accident the morning of November 29.

The crash happened when Woods pulled out of the driveway of his Florida home and smashed his 2009 Cadillac SUV into a fire hydrant, and then a tree.

The accident left Woods unconscious and with facial lacerations. Nordegren smashed a golf club through his car window to free her shoeless, snoring husband.

Although the crash investigation ended on December 1, the speculation of tabloid and gossip Web sites remains intently focused on Woods’ personal life.

In my opinion, he’s a cheater. When he hit the tree mistresses fell out.

According to Soraya Roberts, a staff writer for the New York Daily News, Woods and his wife had a Thanksgiving night fight over a text message from Rachel Uchitel, a New York nightclub hostess.

Now several more women have been linked to the world’s wealthiest athlete. The latest is porn star Holly Sampson.

Cocktail waitress, Jaimee Grubbs, came forward with claims of a 31-month affair after The National Enquirer reported Uchitel’s alleged affair with Woods; the list of alleged mistresses is now up to nine.

Grubbs also released a voicemail that she says is Woods warning her that his wife might call her, according to US WEEKLY.

Woods has publicly apologized for his self-confessed "transgressions" and was altering a prenuptial agreement to give his wife $55 million to keep her from moving out of their Orlando mansion and taking the kids, according to Brian Kates, a staff writer for the New York Daily News.  

But, according to Houston Mitchell of the Los Angles Times, Nordegren moved out of their Orlando mansion December 7.

If you’re feeling bad for Woods, don’t, and if anyone believes that Woods’ recent problems have spoiled his sponsorships, think again.

According to Forbes Magazine, Woods is sitting comfortably on 100 million a year.

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