Tiger Woods’ wife ‘will get $100 million’ in divorce

By Nick Allen in Los Angeles

“Marriage was the first institution established by God in the book of Genesis, chapter 2. It is a holy covenant that symbolizes the relationship between Christ and his Bride, or the Body of Christ.  The Bible teaches us to enter into marriage carefully and reverently, divorce is to be avoided at all costs. Honoring and upholding the marriage vows brings honor and glory to God. ”

According to the Telegraph Tiger Woods’ wife Elin Nordegren will reportedly get around $100 million (£60 million) in an imminent divorce settlement.

The US celebrity website TMZ spoke to a source with direct knowledge of the settlement and said she would get “close to” nine figures.

The amount is more than she would have received under a prenuptial agreement which was believed to have given Miss Nordegren the right to $20 million (£12 million) after 10 years of marriage.

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However, it would be less than the largest divorce settlement in celebrity history, the $150m (£100 million) paid by Michael Jordan, the basketball star, to his former wife Juanita.

According to Forbes magazine Woods is worth a total of around $600 million (£400 million.)

Both Woods and Miss Nordegren are believed to have wanted to avoid an “ugly” public divorce.

The central issue in negotiations has been to ensure that both have access to their two children Sam, 3, and Charlie, 15 months.

Woods’ private and professional life imploded in November after he crashed his car into a tree outside his home in Florida in the early hours of the morning.

The crash was said to have followed an argument with his wife over his marital infidelities, and a string of women then came forward alleging affairs.

In February he admitted being unfaithful and said he had been “selfish and stupid.”


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The Telegraph by Nick Allen in Los Angeles


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