Medics Rush Woman to Hospital From Tiger Woods’ Home

An ambulance was called to the Florida home of Tiger Woods and an unknown woman was rushed to a medical center, but the nature of the emergency is unknown. The development this morning, Dec. 8, is the latest episode in the continuing scandal surround Woods’ alleged extramarital affairs.

Earlier, Woods’ wife, Swedish model Elin Nordegren, was reported to have moved out of the Isleworth, Fla. Home yesterday (Dec. 7) and has moved to another house in nearby Orlando.

Nordegren also recently purchased a $2.6 million home on a remote island in Sweden, touching off speculation that she may eventually move there with her two children by Woods. She has not commented.

In another key development, police in Florida have come under question for failing to examine whether drugs or alcohol played a role in Wood’s early morning Nov. 25 car crash, which triggered the scandal. It followed a report in the National Enquirer that Woods was having an affair with Hamptons party girl Rachel Uchitel.

TheImproper raised questions about possible drug use at the time, because of the nature of the crash. Police attempted to seek a search warrant of Woods’ hospital records, but a local prosecutor denied it for lack of evidence, and police never followed up.