Mean Betty: Does Elin Really Deserve 3/4 Of Tiger Woods’ Fortune?
The billionaire golfer will soon be a mere millionaire. He may be a cheater, but can we officially consider Elin a gold digger?
Well, well, well. It’s appears as if the Tiger Woods “marathon” divorce proceedings are coming to a close. RadarOnline.com is reporting that Elin stands to walk away from her six-year marriage to the “sex addict” with a cool $750 million … or to put it another way, three-quarters of Tiger’s estimated $1 billion fortune.
Now, Mean Betty is not fan of cheaters, especially when they betray not only their wives but their children … but, honestly pets, does that seem fair?
Tiger Woods, reprehensible though we may find his private life to be, worked his entire life to become the sports success he is today. It was a life full of an amount of dedication and sacrifice most of us can only imagine (personally, Mean Betty finds keeping perfectly manicured and highlighted taxing enough!) – and Tiger earned that money, fair and square, by working his you-know-what off.
Yes, Elin is the mother of his children, and of course they are entitled to a full share of their daddy’s fortune … but six years? Three-quarters? Tell Mean Betty, dears, why is that reasonable?
Now, some of the divorce details make perfect sense to Mean Betty, primarily this little item: The Sun claims that Romeo Woods will only be able to introduce his children to a new woman if the two have married. Smart move on Elin’s part, considering Tiger’s taste in hookers girlfriends. No porn stars in the playroom, got that, Tiger?
In exchange, we are to be cruelly deprived of any juicy details from Elin, as she can reportedly never publicly speak out about Woods’s affairs — in any medium. The Sun’s source claims, “The price of the huge sum is her silence: no interviews, tell-all books, or TV appearances about this for the rest of her life – even if Tiger dies first – or she’ll lose the lot.”
Both those items actually sound like what’s in the best interest of the children, so Mean Betty gives her stamp of approval. But Elin Woods, dear, just what exactly did you do to earn $750 million in six years?