Tiger Woods Divorce from Elin Nordegren ‘100% On’

According to reports circulating Monday morning, the Tiger Woods divorce from wife Elin Nordegren Woods is “100 percent on.” Both ABC News and People are reporting a divorce between the top-ranked golfer and his gorgeous wife is imminent.
Elin Nordegren Woods
Elin Nordegren Woods

Elin Nordegren Woods has recently been spotted out and about without her wedding ring. Rumor has it Tiger Woods’ wife is planning to wait until after the holidays to file for divorce for the sake of the couple’s children. ABC.com reports a source close to Nordegren said the “divorce is 100% on” but first she “wants all the dirty laundry to be out on the table before she signs anything.”

According to the New York Post, Elin Woods may seek as much as $500 million in assets from Tiger Woods if she goes through with the divorce proceedings. She has reportedly already met with a high-profile divorce lawyer based in Los Angeles. Sorrell Trope, the attorney who allegedly met with Nordegren, has previously represented such celebrities as Nicole Kidman and Britney Spears.

Looks like it’s going to be quite the merry Christmas in the Woods household this year.

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Tiger Woods – Steroids to Blame for Sex Addiction?

Could steroid use be partially to blame for Tiger Woods‘ apparent sex addiction? That theory may be a stretch, but it does turn out one of the legendary golfer’s doctors is being investigated by the FBI for providing performance-enhancing drugs to athletes under his care.

Tiger Woods on steriods?
Tiger Woods on steriods?

Dr. Anthony Galea, a sports medicine specialist who treated Woods for his 2008 knee injury, is currently being investigated for possibly providing athletes with human growth hormones (HGH). Galea is also being investigated by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police for “smuggling, advertising and selling unapproved drugs,” according to the New York Times.

Mark Steinberg, Tiger Woods’ agent, reportedly asked the New York Times not to proceed with their story about Dr. Anthony Galea via e-mail. “I would really ask that you guys don’t write this?” Steinberg reportedly wrote. “If Tiger is NOT implicated, and won’t be, let’s give the kid a break.”

With yet another alleged mistress now added to the list of Tiger Woods women this week – Theresa Rogers – and now a connection to a doctor who allegedly dopes athletes, it’s no wonder Woods decided to drop out of the public eye for a while.

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