Report: Child Protection Investigators Called to Tiger Woods' Home
The Florida Department of Children and Families has reportedly paid a visit to the Windemere, Fla., home golfer Tiger Woods shares with his wife, Elin Nordegren and their two young children.
When reached by Usmagazine.com for comment, Capt. Angelo Nieves of the Orange County Sheriff's Department said his office was in contact with DCF, but would not confirm nor deny they visited Woods' home.
"We met with Department of Family and Child Services on Friday afternoon," Capt. Nieves tells Us. "I can tell you that it is a common occurrence when they need assistance. We have no information regarding their investigation or who may be involved."
RadarOnline.com reports that both a marked deputy's car and an unmarked vehicle from the Florida Department of Children and Families were parked outside Woods' home for roughly an hour around midday on Saturday.
There is no word as to if Woods, 33, dad to daughter Sam, 2, and son, Charlie, 10 months, was at the home at the time of the visit.
The reported visit comes two weeks after the golfer's Nov. 27 one-car crash near his Florida home, which left him "unresponsive" and bloody, according to police reports. Woods was allegedly arguing with wife of five years Nordegren, 29, over rumors of an extramarital affair with NYC club hostess Rachel Uchitel just before the 2:25 a.m. crash.
On Friday, Woods confessed to "infidelity" for the first time before announcing he is taking an indefinite break from golf to "focus [his] attention on being a better husband, father, and person."