Florida Highway Patrol Doesn’t Believe Tiger Woods Either, Pursuing Warrant to Investigate the Situation Deeper

- By Bossip Staff

Florida one-time suspects something “Fishy” going on in the Tiger Woods accident case…just like everyone else:

Cops are stepping up an investigation into whether an act of domestic violence occurred in Tiger’s lair. The Florida Highway Patrol is seeking a search warrant to find out if Tiger Woods’ wounds are consistent with a car accident or an assault, TMZ.com reports. The warrant would allow them access to medical records from the hospital where the 33-year-old golfer was treated, the gossip site reports. The request comes after Woods and wife Elin Nordegren canceled an interview with police officers for a third time.

Sources told TMZ, authorities think they can show probable cause of a crime having been committed, a requirement in obtaining a warrant. Among the potential scenarios the police are looking into, is an inconsistency in Nordegren’s story to police. According to reports, she told troopers she used a golf cart to look for Woods when she came upon the accident, but did not mention the golf cart when she first spoke to police after her husband’s accident. The 29-year-old former model could be facing a potential domestic violence charge.

Woods also told a friend that he was taking prescription medication for pain, TMZ previously reported, which could be consistent with a DUI.

It will be interesting to see how this will all unfold.

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