The Florida Patrol officers were turned away again on their third attempt to interview Tiger Woods about the incident in which the SUV he was driving hit a fire hydrant and a tree outside his home at 2:25 a.m. Friday. Officers first tried to talk to Woods Friday afternoon, but were told he was sleeping and would talk to them on Saturday. They tried again Saturday, and were again refused access to Woods.
Today Tiger wrote about it in his Face Book, say that it's a "Private Affair"
That to me means that he is GUILTY! An accident is not a "Private Affair", it's simply an accident.
Poor Tiger--he'll only have half a billion if she divorces him. Poor baby. Please--as if that's not enough to get by on for the rest of his life! If he cheated on her, I hope she gets her share. What a pig he is if this is true. And, I feel the same way about women who cheat. If you don't want to get hit with a club, don't cheat on your spouse (male or female). Period.
Under no circumstances would I continue to live with another person who has cheated on me.
While I don't condone any alleged physical violence on her part, if the allegations about his infidelity are true, I don't blame her for being upset. She's the mother of two small children, born 15 months apart. I am sure she has tons of help, but she's still a mother raising those kids and she's the one who carried and birthed them. Adultery is wrong, no matter what, but in this case, the alleged behavior is particularly unseemly.
Adulterers can burn in hell.