August 26, 2010 06:17:58 GMT
Portrayed in the parodies as a husband-beater, the former model who is officially divorced from Tiger Woods found humor on the lies.
Elin Nordegren apparently kept track of the news about her martial woes. The model who finalized her divorce from Tiger Woods earlier this month due to his numerous affairs said in an interview with People magazine that she had a good laugh at parodies about their relationship.
The former model said the "Saturday Night Live" sketch and "South Park" parody which are debuted as soon as the scandal broke out last year are actually "pretty hysterical". But she denied that they are based on true facts, saying she never hit her then-husband with a golf club.
Elin was portrayed by Blake Lively while Tiger was played by Kenan Thompson. These fakers held a press conference to address their marriage trouble and 'Tiger' ended up with a golf stick over his head and a "help me" note. Meanwhile, in "South Park", animated Erin and Tiger are pitted against each other in a fighting video game.
Tiger Woods indeed was involved in a car crash the day after his affair with Rachel Uchitel was brought to attention. Some believed the golfer was fresh from fighting with Elin and lost control of the vehicle. Elin allegedly used a golf stick to free Tiger from the wrecked car, which was portrayed otherwise in the sketches.
Shedding truth into the actual incident, Elin said, "The speculation that I would have used a golf club to hit him is just truly ridiculous. Tiger left the house that night, and after a while when he didn't return, I got worried and decided to look for him. That's when I found him in the car. I did everything I could to get him out of the locked car. To think anything else is absolutely wrong."