Tiger Woods accident rumors have been rampant since Friday afternoon. Tiger Woods got in an accident trying to leave his exclusive Florida mansion at about 2 am Friday morning. None of the rumors circulating the web say anything about Tiger trying to beat the crowds to Black Friday sales…instead, rumors indicate that he and his wife Elin were fighting about rumors. What type of rumors? The National Enquirer alleges that Tiger Woods was having an affair with New York socialite Rachel Uchitel. Both Uchitel and Woods deny the affair, and Tiger Woods’ alleged mistress has hired celebrity attorney Gloria Allred.
TMZ started the Tiger Woods accident rumors that the Woods were fighting over the alleged affair. They contend that Elin Woods grew irate and caused the facial lacerations on Tiger Woods’ face. Tiger got into his SUV to leave and she followed him out of the house with a golf club. She allegedly smashed the windows to Tiger Woods’ SUV out of anger – not to help free him from the vehicle.
Official reports indicate that alcohol was not a factor in the accident, although police indicated that charges were pending. Tiger Woods was traveling at less than 33 mph when he hit the neighbor’s tree, as his airbags didn’t deploy. Many people say something just doesn’t add up. Tiger defended his wife in a statement on his Web site, stating that she acted “courageously” when she saw him in trouble.
Many people want to know why she felt the need to break out the window to an SUV to free him from the vehicle when she could have just … opened the door.
Tiger Woods’ injuries were described as “serious”, although he was treated and released from the hospital on the same day. According to ESPN, police are seeking a search warrant to investigate medical records on what type of treatment Tiger Woods received at the hospital.
What makes everything even more suspicious for the public in general is the fact that Tiger Woods isn’t talking to police. He’s brushed them off for over 3 days now, although his lawyer did give them information required by Florida law. The Florida Highway Patrol cites “probable cause” that a crime occurred around the time of the wreck and wants to know if Tiger’s injuries were caused by the accident or domestic violence.
What do you think? Do you think that Tiger Woods car accident rumors are true, or do you believe that it was just an…accident? Tiger Woods denies that accident rumors are true, and Rachel Uchitel denies that affair allegations are true. We look forward to more developments in the case as they arise.