Tiger’s “bottom Becky” is reportedly dumping him after Christmas:
Shattered Swedish model Elin Nordegren is in talks with divorce lawyers but keeping up a show of normal family life for the sake of their two children.
With her mind in turmoil over what to do, Elin wants to spend Christmas with Tiger and the kids in Sweden before a trial separation in the New Year, she confided to a close friend. And last night, as major sponsor Gillette DROPPED the disgraced golf superstar from their advertising, the pal told us: “Elin will pretend it’s the usual family celebration for the children and then ditch the man. In the short-term they’ll act like any other loving couple. Elin won’t break it all up right away. But she does need some time alone to herself and a legal separation will happen very quickly.” As lurid details emerged of Tiger’s serial flings, furious Elin, 29, told him: “Don’t talk to me, speak to your therapist! I don’t want to see you!”
To prove her point she has ALREADY moved herself and the children – two-year-old daughter Sam and 10-month-old son Charlie – OUT of the marital home to a separate house 200 yards down the road in Windermere, Florida. And later will come the big move across the world – to the new Faglaro mansion she’s bought on an island near Stockholm. Elin’s plans come as the News of the World reveals that shamed Tiger, 33, argued with his Swedish mother-in-law just minutes before she collapsed and was dramatically rushed into the hospital this week.
Another sponsor giving Tiger some ‘breathing room':
Gillette said Saturday it was “limiting” golfer Tiger Woods’ role in its marketing programs to give him the privacy he needs to work on family relationships after disclosures of his “infidelity.”
In a statement, the Boston, Massachusetts-based body grooming company said it supports Woods’ decision to take “an indefinite break” from professional golf. “In the midst of a difficult and unfortunate situation, we respect the action Tiger is taking to restore the trust of his family, friends and fans,” Gillette spokesman Mike Norton said in the statement. “We fully support him stepping back from his professional career and taking the time he needs to do what matters most. We wish him and his family the best.
Man, we don’t think we have anymore commentary left for this crazy Tiger Woods fiasco except for a big a*s “SMH.”