Elin Nordegren has had enough! She could be shipping off to Sweden!
More than a week after Tiger Woods‘ car crash — and allegations he had multiple affairs — the golf champ’s wife has moved out of their Florida mansion, according to RadarOnline.com, and bought herself a Swedish escape pad!
Neighbors and other sources close to Tiger say Elin is no longer living at the $2.6 million Woods compound in Windermere and has moved into a nearby estate close to her former home — even though early this morning, she was with Tiger at their Windermere home when the ambulance arrived. And now the UK’s Daily Express reports that Elin bought a $2.2 mansion on a small island near Stockholm, Sweden, where she was born. Sounds like she’s got a plan!
On Dec. 7, TMZ spotted a red Buick and baby stroller spotted outside Tiger’s other home in Windermere near Orlando, just around the corner from the main house. The site is also reporting Elin showed up in a red Buick for a secret meeting with Tiger and an unidentified man on Sunday.
The news comes just hours after another one of Tiger’s rumored mistresses said he confessed his marriage was only for image. “It’s only for publicity,” the unnamed woman claims Tiger said.
For more on the 911 call that came into Tiger’s house at 2:36 AM — and who was taken to an Orlando, Fla. hospital by ambulance, click here.
Meanwhile, yesterday, Orlando prosecutors said “a witness” at the scene of Tiger’s Nov. 27 crash — Elin — told Florida Highway Patrol that Tiger had been drinking earlier in the day. When a Fla. trooper asked for a subpoena of Tiger’s blood test results, however, a prosecutor ruled there was “insufficient information provided to lawfully issue subpoena,” even though Elin had told troopers about the booze as well as the fact Tiger had also taken Vicodin and Ambien as well.
Meanwhile, to see Barbro Holmgren, Tiger’s mother-in-law, being rolled on a gurney into an Orlando hospital, click here for WFTV.com’s raw video.
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