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Sunday, December 13, 2009

 

Child welfare services visits Tiger Woods' home

Child welfare services visits Tiger Woods' and Elin Nordegren's home, according to reports

Katie Nelson
DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITER

 

Originally Published:Sunday, December 13th 2009, 12:30 PM
Updated: Sunday, December 13th 2009, 4:39 PM

 

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The Florida Department of Children and Families paid a visit to Tiger Woods' Florida home on Saturday, according to a gossip Web site.

The agency went to the golfer's mansion mid-day, accompanied by a marked police car and stayed for "roughly an hour," radaronline.com reported without naming its source.

State officials did not confirm or deny the story.

"Child abuse, adult investigations, in the state of Florida are confidential," Carrie Hoeppner, an agency spokeswoman, told the Daily News. "I'm just not able by law to give confirmation about whether we visited the family and that is in the interest of protecting the child."

The Orange County Sherrif's Department, however, acknowledged a partnership: "Our deputies met with members of the Department of Children and Families. But all details are being kept secret," Capt. Angelo Nieves told radaronline.com.

Nieves refused to say whether deputies and DCF officials were at the Windermere home Saturday.

Repeated calls to Nieves by the Daily News were not returned.

Meanwhile, the Florida Highway Patrol, which investigated last month's car crash, has stayed out of the picture.

"FHP has not been to the Woods home since the weekend of the crash," Sgt. Kim Montes told the Daily News on Sunday.

Tiger has denied reports that he and his wife, Elin, fought over his cheating, leading to a single-car crash that sparked the recent explosion of media attention of the typically tight-lipped golfer's home life.

The celebrity couple has two children, 2-year-old daughter Sam and 10-month-old son Charlie.

 



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Comments:
Florida DCF is going to be very busy, if they go to every home in the state that has a parent with a wandering eye.
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