“Charges Are Pending” in Tiger Woods Case, Say Cops
Could Tiger Woods or his wife Elin Nordegren be charged in last week’s car crash outside of their home? The Florida police haven’t ruled out the possibility.
-Margeaux Baulch Klein
The latest update in the Tiger Woods car crash investigation is just as mysterious as the drama surrounding it. On Monday, the Florida Highway Patrol released a statement saying that “charges were pending” in the case, although they wouldn’t disclose who might be charged or with what crime. Woods was injured on Nov. 27th after his SUV hit a fire hydrant and a tree outside of his Florida home and has since dropped out of a golf tournament that he was scheduled to play in this week.
The FHP also noted that they were “unable to speak to Mr. Woods about the crash … despite attempts to do so.” However, Woods’ agent explained on Sunday that any further discussions between the golf star and the police were voluntary and optional.
“Although Tiger realizes that there is a great deal of public curiosity, it has been conveyed to FHP that he simply has nothing more to add and wishes to protect the privacy of his family,” he added. (US Magazine)