The truth about the Tiger Woods incident
For the first time we have a blow by blow account of what happened between Tiger Woods and his wife Elin Nordregen the day his world crashed down on him last Thanksgiving. It’s in today’s New York Post. A story in yesterday’s Post covers the same ground, but in less detail. (Also, in today’s Post, it’s reported that Elin does not want a divorce, and recently visited her husband at the sex addiction clinic in Mississippi where he is staying.)
The Post’s articles are based on a big article in the Daily Beast, “Tiger’s Thanksgiving Mystery—Solved.” And guess who wrote it? Not your usual scandal writer, but Gerald Posner, author of Case Closed, the book that finally laid to rest three decades of uncertainty and conspiracy theories about the assassination of President Kennedy.
While the Tiger Woods drama has played out in an extraordinarily public way, the details from before and after the golfer’s Thanksgiving night car crash—the trigger for one of the costliest sports-related scandals ever—have remained shrouded in mystery. Two sources who know Tiger’s wife, Elin Nordegren, and have discussed various details of the story with her, have corroborated a minute-by-minute account that answers the majority of the questions surrounding what might be the most expensive car crash in history.
Posted by Lawrence Auster at January 26, 2010 09:02 PM | Send