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    Quote Originally Posted by norealityhere;3957157;
    I knew the guy was a terrific tennis player. I just think that amount of money is just ludicrous, though.
    One could feed and clothe our entire homeless and destitute population with that kind of money.
    And if he's making that kind of money playing tennis, just imagine how much he makes playing golf .
    And so it begins, the end of times..

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    He is actually making that kind of money from his endorsements. The $750 Million is basically Hush money. He needs to keep her quiet so the details of his private life don't get out any more than already has. If she were to talk, the endorsements would dry up.
    Okay I love FORT's casino, but I really am not very good. If anyone wants to donate their FORT $$ I would gladly accept http://www.fansofrealitytv.com/forum....php?do=donate

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    the $750 million figure is just tabloids. The truth seems to be somewhere around $100 million. I hope he remarries again and again, so more and more women get rich from the scumbag.

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    On a personal level I just feel "ick" about Tiger. I don't believe in meshing the personal and professional. If that's what his wife gets, it's no skin off my nose. After the mistresses came forward, I don't know that I would touch him w/a 10 foot pole. And maybe some of that money is I'm-sorry-I slept-with-other-women-and-risked -your-health money!

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    Elin Nordegren opens up on her painful split from Tiger Woods
    Interview: Woods' ex-wife went 'through hell' - Golf - Yahoo! Sports
    WINDERMERE, Florida (AP)—Tiger Woods’ ex-wife Elin Nordegren said she has “been through hell” since her husband’s infidelity surfaced but she never hit him, according to an interview released Wednesday.

    Nordegren told People magazine she and Woods tried for months to reconcile the relationship. In the end, a marriage “without trust and love” wasn’t good for anyone, she said.

    In November outside their Florida home, Woods drove his SUV over a fire hydrant and into a tree, setting off shocking revelations that sports’ biggest star had been cheating on his wife through multiple affairs. The couple officially divorced Monday.

    Nordegren told People that she never hit Woods on the night of the car crash.

    “There was never any violence inside or outside our home,” she said. “The speculation that I would have used a golf club to hit him is just truly ridiculous.”

    Nordegren said Woods left the house that night and when he didn’t return after a while, she got worried and went to look for him. She said that’s when she found him in the car.

    “I did everything I could to get him out of the locked car,” she said. “To think anything else is absolutely wrong.”

    The magazine said the interview was conducted over four visits lasting a total of 19 hours at the rented Windermere, Florida, home where she now lives with their two children.

    “I’ve been through hell,” the Swedish-born Nordegren said. “It’s hard to think you have this life, and then all of a sudden—was it a lie? You’re struggling because it wasn’t real. But I survived. It was hard, but it didn’t kill me.”

    In an interview on NBC’s “Today” show on Wednesday morning, People magazine reporter Sandra Sobieraj Westfall said Nordegren and her team approached the publication.

    Westfall said Nordegren wanted people to know three things: she’s not violent and never hit Woods; she had no idea this was going on; and it was a real marriage for her.

    Nordegren and Woods were married Oct. 5, 2004, in Barbados and have a 3-year-old daughter, Sam, and an 18-month-old son, Charlie.

    In the interview, Nordegren would not disclose the amount of the divorce settlement but did say “money can’t buy happiness or put my family back together.”

    “I’m so embarrassed that I never suspected—not a one. For the past 3 1/2 years, when all this was going on, I was home a lot more with pregnancies, then the children and my school.”

    Woods, who was playing a pro-am round at The Barclays in Paramus, New Jersey, early Wednesday, hasn’t commented on the couple’s divorce.

    Shortly before 8 a.m., when the People magazine story broke, his agent, Mark Steinberg, stepped outside the ropes of the first fairway and was on the phone for the next 10 minutes, as was Woods’ spokesman, Glenn Greenspan.

    Nordegren said she would eventually forgive Woods, but that she is still working on it.

    “Forgiveness takes time,” she said. “It is the last step of the grieving process.”

    Meantime, Nordegren said she is excited to start the next chapter of her life and intends to stay in the United States with her children.

    She also said she has “not watched one minute of golf.”
    Elin Nordegren Speaks: 'I Feel Stronger Than I Ever Have' - Elin Nordegren, Tiger Woods : People.com

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