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    Re: Tiger Woods' Accident

    Just saw this....

    Tiger Woods's wife wants divorce: People magazine - Yahoo! News

    NEW YORK (AFP) – Tiger Woods's Swedish-born wife Elin Nordegren wants a divorce because of the golfing great's extramarital flings, People magazine reported Wednesday.

    "She plans to leave Tiger," one unidentified source "close to the golfer's wife" was quoted as saying.

    The former model and mother of two has met with lawyers to renegotiate her prenuptial agreement with the billionaire sportsman, the report said, quoting an unnamed source.

    "She's made up her mind. There's nothing to think about: he's never going to change," another source is quoted saying.

    Photos published in tabloid media this week purported to show Nordegren, 29, without her wedding ring, while the New York Post reported that she was overseeing removal workers at the house she shared with Woods in Florida.

    "She's making plans to move out and take the kids with her," the Post quoted another unnamed source as saying. "She's planning to go somewhere warm and Tiger-free for Christmas."

    Woods's stellar career and squeaky clean image have gone into a nose dive since allegations that he had been cheating on his wife with more than a dozen women, including a porn film actress, nightclub hostess and a cocktail waitress.

    Woods has since admitted to infidelity and announced an indefinite break from golf.

    On Monday it emerged that Nordegren had bought a beachfront estate on an island near Stockholm.

    Faaglaro, part of an archipelago of thousands of islands between Stockholm and the Baltic, is reachable 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 husband's infidelities.

    Sweden's TV4 recently hosted a panel discussion on the subject of infidelity in light of the scandal, and a poll on the channel's website asked viewers "What Should Elin Do Now?"

    Of the 2,565 who voted online, 63 percent advised their compatriot to leave the dethroned golfer, 11 percent said she should forgive him, and 26 percent thought she should "pull out the driver."

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    Tiger's First Love: Woods Was Devastated by His Father's Cheating - E! Online


    Long before he made tabloid (or even sports page) headlines, Tiger Woods was devastated by his own father's philandering, according to his high school sweetheart.

    Dina Parr, who he dated during high school and into his freshman year in college, exclusively tells E! News that Woods would call her from the road during the summer to talk about his parents' relationship.

    "He would just call crying and say, 'My dad is with another woman,' and that would be all he could say," she says. "He would be so upset, so I just tried to be there for him and listen to him."

    Woods was famously close to his dad, Earl, who died in 2006.

    "He loved his father," Parr tells E! News in the exclusive interview. "And I know that was the one thing about his dad that he could never get over. So yeah, it's interesting that it's turned out that he's doing the same thing."

    More than a dozen different women have been mentioned in reports about Woods' infidelities.

    In announcing Friday that he was taking "an indefinite break" from golf, the 33-year-old struggling star finally admitted in so many words to being unfaithful to his wife of five years, Elin Nordegren.

    For the full story on Dina's relationship with Tiger, plus exclusive video of the star in happier times, tune in Wednesday to E! News at 7 and 11:30 p.m. and the Daily 10 at 7:30 p.m.

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    Quote Originally Posted by imissme;3769910;
    Personally I hope this never fully blows over. I hope that every golf tournament Tiger plays in, from now till the last one he enters, someone in the viewers area giggles, smirks, or comments on what a disgusting liar Tiger Woods was to his wife and children and the public.
    The latest magazine interview done before the news of his disgusting life went public has Tiger saying that the only things that are really important to him are his wife and family. What a FRAUD. He said what he knew the public wanted to hear, what his sponsors needed him to say, what a psychopath.
    I hope every sponsor pulls away from this pig. I hope his wife takes those innocent boys far away before Tiger can create more men like himself.
    It is not your "personal life" when you are signing endorsements with clauses in them about morals. Why do you think those companies included those clauses? Because they knew what they were marketing in Tiger Woods... the good, clean cut, boy makes good image. Now that image is blown by his own actions and the defenders all cry: Privacy.
    Bull hockey. You dont get to choose when your life is private once you endorse the humongous checks from the sponsors.
    You sir, are a pig, a slimy wad of scum, not a tiger by any means.
    What on earth does any of this has to do with his job on the golf course?
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    Everyone deserves a second chance. He's not the first public figure to cheat on his spouse and he won't be the last. He'll come out the other end intact and revered by his fans. Those who decide he's a monster for his behaviour would think this whether it was 1 or 100 mistresses.

    Look how well Martha Stewart did after her stint in jail. Look at David Letterman. just to name 2.
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    I read today that Tiger's Dad was a cheater too, so I guess the apple doesn't fall far from the tree.

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    Elin has a twin; I wonder if the paps are actually getting pics of the sister, and think it's Elin?

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    They're twins, but it's easy to see the difference, especially with all the Elin/Tiger photos that have been splashed all over the media of late.
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    The moral of this story is simple. Do not do something in private that you would be ashamed to do in public. People in the media spotlight really need to remember that. If the reports are correct it has Tiger cheating on his wife shortly after they were married and both times that she was pregnant, not to mention all of the times in between. He played around and finally got busted. Now that his wife is wanting a divorce Tiger will be free to sleep around as much as he wants, hopefully he learned to not marry again until he has matured and understands what a marriage means.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dancingfan;3770106;
    I read today that Tiger's Dad was a cheater too, so I guess the apple doesn't fall far from the tree.
    Interesting that his first love says he was so upset about his father cheating on his mother, and yet he's done the same thing the the max.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sclilred1;3770317;
    The moral of this story is simple. Do not do something in private that you would be ashamed to do in public. People in the media spotlight really need to remember that. If the reports are correct it has Tiger cheating on his wife shortly after they were married and both times that she was pregnant, not to mention all of the times in between. He played around and finally got busted. Now that his wife is wanting a divorce Tiger will be free to sleep around as much as he wants, hopefully he learned to not marry again until he has matured and understands what a marriage means.
    This is something we were taught growing up as kids. It goes along the same lines of not saying something about someone unless it's something you can say right to their face.
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    Quote Originally Posted by anders332;3770092;
    Everyone deserves a second chance. He's not the first public figure to cheat on his spouse and he won't be the last. He'll come out the other end intact and revered by his fans. Those who decide he's a monster for his behaviour would think this whether it was 1 or 100 mistresses.

    Look how well Martha Stewart did after her stint in jail. Look at David Letterman. just to name 2.
    I agree that Martha Steward and David Letterman bounced back well from difficult situations, but don't think that on its own means anyone can bounce back. I think Stewart and Letterman survived what they did (I'd include Hugh Grant in there as well) as well as they did because they played the public relations game so well. They swallowed the bitter pill and gave the public what they wanted / expected, and were granted forgiveness in return.

    Thus far, Tiger does not appear to be willing to play the PR game. That could change, but it may not. Quite frankly, if he never worked another day in his life AND had to hand over half his money to Elin in a divorce settlement, he'd still be fine. He could stay away from golf, accept all his endorsements ending, and disappear from the public eye to the degree that 10 years from now, we'd all be asking "What ever happened to Tiger Woods?" If he does not want to go that path, and wants to make a comeback, then he's got to play the PR game. The American public will forgive and let people move on. But we tend to not be willing to do that until a person has publicly owned up to what they did.

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