Report: Tiger Woods' wife Elin Nordegren hightails it, moving out of couple's Florida home
Tiger Woods' wife Elin Nordegren has moved out of the couple's Florida home, following increasing reports of his infidelity, according to published reports. (Photo: AP)
With a stable of self-proclaimed mistresses publicly tattling, Tiger Woods’ wife apparently has moved out of the $2.6 million Florida mansion the pair shared with their two children, according to published reports.
It was not immediately known whether Elin Nordegren had taken 2-year-old Sam Alexis and 10-month-old Charlie Axel when she high-tailed it to a nearby house outside of Orlando, RadarOnline.com reported.
The golf great is rewriting the prenup to give Nordegren, 29, more cash for staying in the five-year marriage, according to the Chicago Sun-Times. The current prenup, worth $300 million, reportedly requires the Nordic knockout to remain married for 10 years to collect $20 million.
Tiger’s continued silence in the face of allegations that he is a cheating club king could make it hard to eventually defend himself … even with a personal invitation to appear on Oprah Winfrey’s couch. Among the recent developments:
* A Florida trooper suspected Woods, 33, of drinking before his Nov. 27 car crash. Joshua Evans requested a subpoena for Woods’ blood results from the hospital he visited after the crash, but was denied on the grounds of insufficient information. A police report Monday didn’t ID the witness who told Evans that the golf star was alcohol-addled and had been prescribed Ambien and Vicodin.
* A CNN/ORP survey Monday showed only 60 percent of those polled viewed the golf star favorably, down from 88 percent in June,.
* It’s par for the course that more alleged lovers come out of the woodwork each day. Monday, the toll was at 10. It included 36-year-old porn star Holly Sampson and a “sex-addicted cougar.” Michael O’Quinn, the lawyer for an unidentified mistress, told TMZ.com Woods and Nordegren’s marriage is “only for publicity.”
* TMZ.com also reported that even after his 2:25 a.m. crash and a spat over infidelity with his wife, Woods continued texting Manhattan club hostess Rachel Uchitel, saying he wanted to see her.
Woods’ attorney, Mark NeJame, didn’t return a phone call for comment.