Tiger Has Two Kids from 6-Year Fling with Swedish Model

According to a report on the website Wikipedia.org, embattled golf superstar Tiger Woods has two children from a six-year love affair with a hot, ex-model from Sweden.
Claims Wikipedia: "In November 2003, Woods became engaged to Elin Nordegren, a Swedish model … They married on October 5, 2004 at the Sandy Lane resort on the Caribbean island of Barbados … June 18, 2007, Elin gave birth to the couple's first child … On September 2, 2008, Woods announced on his website that he and his wife were expecting their second child. Five months later, it was announced that Elin had given birth."
But despite the very specific claims in the report, Woods refused to confirm the details, and sources close to the golfer claimed they were very suspect. "Wikipedia is just written by random people all over the world with no actual knowledge," said a source close to the golfer. "And that's not just me saying that. Wikipedia openly admits that on it's Wikipedia entry."
Even so, the allegations continue to pile up.
"It's disappointing if it's true," said cocktail waitress and reality TV veteran Jaimee Grubbs, who Woods had a committed, 31-month sexual relationship with. "For a long time I suspected he was married with kids, I guess. But, at the same time, I didn't think he was the kind of guy who would do that."
Elin Woods (nee Nordegren) released several texts, voicemails and legal documents which claim to back up the Wikipedia report, including a marriage license, joint tax returns and wedding photos.
"I normally don't trust that rag, but Wikipedia is right on this one. They were married and have two kids. The rumors are true," said a friend of Mrs. Woods'. "But one thing they have wrong — or will soon need to update — is that the relationship is still ongoing. Elin is going to break it off as soon as possible. That's pretty much all she cares about right now. You know, maybe when it happens I can get a Wikipedia account and edit it myself. That would be kind of cool. I also know a lot about Kauai spiders and found Wikipedia's entry on Kauai spiders lacking. I'd love to bulk that one up, too."


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