If you’re in a co-parenting situation, Tiger Woods’ ex-wife, Elin Nordegren, should be your new idol. Speaking out for the first time in four years, the recent college grad had a lot to say about her ex… It’s just what she had to say that was surprising.
Elin Nordegren reportedly got $100 million in her 2010 divorce settlement with Tiger Woods, but that’s a paltry sum compared to how much her new boyfriend is worth: $1.2 billion.
Just days after reports surfaced that Tiger Woods was offering his ex-wife Elin Nordegren $200 million to re-marry him, a new source is claiming that Tiger is actually in the process of moving on from his marriage following the highly publicized cheating scandal, and is now dating Olympic skier Lindsey Vonn.
Just when we thought Elin Nordegren was finding hapiness and stability with her new beau, Jamie Dingman, a familiar name pops up in a most inconvenient way.
It’s been more than ten months since Tiger Woods and Elin Nordegren Woods snuck into a Bay County, Florida courthouse and finalized their divorce after Tiger’s numerous infidelities with numerous assorted mistresses surfaced in the press. Elin move back to her home country of Sweden where she was thought to be living the secluded life of a single mother of two ever since. But, reports are that Elin has been dating Jamie Dingman, son of billionaire Charlie Dingman, for months! Keep reading for a photo of Jamie and get a little background info on this eligible bachelor, who happens to be a successful business man in his own right.
Elin Nordegren has remained completely silent since news of her husband Tiger Woods’ multiple infidelities hit the world November 2009. Tiger has given a few interviews, made a disturbing Nike commercial, and got back into the game, but we could only speculate about what Elin was feeling and thinking. Did she already know her husband […]
Tiger Woods and his former wife Elin Nordegren made their divorce final earlier today in Bay County Circuit Court in Panama City, Florida. See the divorce documents!
In addition to the five-minute interview with Tom Rinaldi on ESPN, Tiger Woods also did and interview with The Golf Channel’s Kelly Tilghman. Once again, the interview was short, clocking in at just over six minutes. A lot of the same topics were addressed as the ESPN interview, but Tiger seemed a little more verbose this time around. Keep reading to watch highlights from the interview and read the complete transcripts!