Friday, March 12, 2010

New Police Documents Reveal That Domestic Violence Was The Suspected Cause of Tiger Woods' Crash

After four months, the Florida Highway Patrol has released documents related to the crash involving Tiger Woods after he and wife Elin went night-clubbing. Among the items of note: A paramedic from Health Central Hospital told investigators Elin was not traveling in the ambulance with Tiger because they believed the couple had a "domestic." (They never explained why they came to that conclusion.)

Elin told crash investigators that she broke out the windows Escalade to help Tiger get out of the vehicle, when he crashed. However, the report indicated only the passenger side door was damaged and would not open. After the crash, Elin turned over two bottles of pain pills. There have been rumors, speculations and charges that she beat Tiger with a golf club and broke her jaw and knocked out a few teeth after she became enraged after learning Tiger was jumping off with an army of skanks, whores and prostitutes. If you recall, at last month's "press" conference, Tiger vehemently denied he was attacked by his wife. Some would say, a tad too vehemently.

Investigators said they photographed four security cameras at Tiger's home, which would showed exactly what happened that night, but they were never allowed to view the tapes. Also: Remember the report that Tiger was admitted to the hospital as an overdose once he got to the hospital? Well, cops also suspected he was hopped up on prescription drugs at the time of the crash, but again, they were not allowed to draw his blood.

You can read the full report below.

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