On the same day police closed the investigation into Tiger Woods’ one-car accident, new accusations of infidelity indicate the shield of privacy built by the world’s most famous athlete may have shattered completely.
Woods will be cited for careless driving, the Florida Highway Patrol said yesterday, four days after the world’s top golfer drove his Cadillac SUV into a fire hydrant and a tree outside his Florida home.
“There are no claims of domestic violence by any individual,” Sergeant Kim Montes added at a news conference.
But despite the cops’ closure of the case, the whirlwind of publicity still surrounds Woods, and questions remain unanswered. Yesterday’s bombshell comes by way of Us Weekly, which reports that it has a Los Angeles cocktail waitress on record discussing a “a steamy 31-month fling with Tiger Woods and has a voice mail recording and text messages to prove it.”
While Woods and his wife, Elin, stay tight lipped, it becomes more obvious that the public believes the speculation making the rounds online and in the tabloids. It remains to be seen if the police decision not to pursue domestic violence charges will stem the flood of rumors and perception.
Woods once said the reason he and his wife are never in the celebrity gossip magazines is they’re boring. Now, nothing can be further from the truth.