Oh so if a girl beats the crap out of a guy for *alledgedly* cheating on them its ok?
The Rally Onion wants 150 fans before Opening Day.
He was just heading out to meet Billy Gillispie for their 3 am tee time.
When all is said and done more is said than done.
I'm so sick and tired of these celebrities and athletes thinking THEY are ENTITLED to special treatment (families of the athletes too). Maybe domestic violence wasn't involved, but since he's refusing to meet with police and has cancelled the meeting 3 times and then ultimately refused to meet with them, I think speculation is fair and the probability he's guilty is quite high.
If Tiger doesnt want to explain then he shouldn't get too upset at people reporting things.
Sure seems like some kind of domestic shenanigans took place. Wife just happened to bring a golf club to an accident in the driveway at 2:45 AM and windows are broken out? That's always the first thing I bring to an accident scene. Yeah, uh-huh, OK.
Does Tiger owe an explanation to the public? No, he's always just been a golfer, nothing more.
Will he look bad if he doesn't? Most probably the way these kinds of media firestorms can get whipped up.
Is this fair? Probably not, but that's the life of a mega-star. Comes with the territory.
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[QUOTE=fearofpopvol1;1996593]If domestic violence was involved, then it is the duty of the police to find out this information and report it. And it looks like they are making a serious play to do so. Good on them.
I'm so sick and tired of these celebrities and athletes thinking THEY are ENTITLED to special treatment (families of the athletes too). Maybe domestic violence wasn't involved, but since he's refusing to meet with police and has cancelled the meeting 3 times and then ultimately refused to meet with them, I think speculation is fair and the probability he's guilty is quite high.[/QUOTE]
Can't wait till you're on a jury.
Just curious, what makes you say he's seeking "special" treatment? The police want to ask him questions, he doesn't want to let them, he's under no legal obligation to do so.
If they want to go hard on him it's their choice but based on what we know, is there anything they'd be able to arrest him for?
When people say that I donít know what Iím talking about when it comes to sports or writing, I think: Man, you should see me in the rest of my life.
I think it's all silly to be honest. It's nobody's business. I watch Tiger because he's a great golfer, not because of the type of person he is. I know that sounds terrible, but I long ago gave up on the idea of public people being "role models." Most people in a position of power and prestige are going to be anything but.
So his wife found out he was having an affair and took a golf club to his face? She must have roughed him up pretty good if he couldn't even see well enough to get out of the driveway. That, or he was drunk.
I don't know that he's seeking "special treatment," but he's being arrogant about it. If he has nothing to hide, then why shouldn't he talk to police? If you didn't do anything wrong, wouldn't you want to clear your name?
He drove without shoes on. That's illegal in the state of Florida. Obviously not a serious offense, but if his wife did physically assault him, regardless of why, the police should absolutely investigate this. When Chris Brown beat up Rihanna, the police and the public at large absolutely wanted him prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. IF the same is true here, why should there be a double standard because she's a woman? It was the exact same thing...2 high profile people in a relationship with the person who got clocked and then tried to cover it up. His wife shouldn't get a pass for that if she did it.
If that chick assaulted Tiger, then she's crazy and she could assault anyone else. The crazies should be locked up. Good on the Police for investigating this further. I hope they unconver the truth.