Tiger Woods' wife to file for divorce
Tiger Woods' wife, Elin Nordegren, will seek a divorce from the world's No. 1 golfer, ABCNews.com is reporting.
A source close to Nordegren told the website Wednesday that a "divorce is 100% on." Woods and his wife have been married for five years and have a 2-year-old daughter and a 10-month-old son.
The report comes nearly three weeks after Woods crashed his sport-utility vehicle into a tree outside his Florida home, setting in motion a whirlwind of bad news.
Woods has not been seen in public since the Nov. 27 accident. Moving vans were seen outside his home Wednesday, and his wife has been photographed without her wedding ring in recent days.
Tiger Woods is heading for a divorce, according to a report Thursday morning.
Elin Nordegren has asked for a divorce according to ABCnews.com, which cited a source close to Woods' wife as saying that a "divorce is 100 percent on." The source said Nordegren plans to move cautiously while waiting to see if there are any new allegations of infidelity on the part of Woods.
Nordegren was recently photographed without her wedding ring.
"It would not appear that Elin Nordegren is going to be standing by her man," Kate Coyne, senior editor at People Magazine, told "Good Morning America."