In the wake of brewing reports that his wife Elin Nordegren is leaving him for her native Sweden alongside their children, Woods reportedly is planning to move to France for some private time.
An exclusive report has just been brought to attention by PopEater's Naughty But Nice that Tiger Woods will probably move to France to get away from the media frenzy in the United States. It is reported that the avid golfer is currently looking at multi-million dollar estates in France with the hope of getting more privacy.
"Members of team Tigers have reached out to the same ultra-exclusive real estate agent that helped Brad [Pitt] and Angelina [Jolie] find their stunning property in the South of France," an insider tells the site. Meanwhile, Michael Wildes, the immigration attorney and managing partner at prominent NYC-based immigration law firm Wildes & Weinberg, claims Woods' not-yet-confirmed move to France as understandable, taking into account the country has "much stricter privacy laws that afford the Brangelinas of the world a tinted aquarium, rather than the transparent fishbowl that is the U.S. media, in which to live and breathe in virtual freedom and privacy."
Echoing Michael's explanation, a celebrity publicist tells PopEater's Naughty But Nice, "that's why private stars like reclusive Johnny Depp chooses France to raise his family and why Angelina decided it was the only place to give birth to the world's most famous twins."
As of the press time, there has been no word just yet from Woods if the report is true or not. His people also remain silent on the matter.