The Florida Department of Children and Families (DCF) escorted by deputies from the Orange County Sheriff's Department, visited Tiger Woods' home Saturday.
Capt. Angelo Nieves of the Orange County Sheriff's Department confirmed that "our deputies met with members of the Department of Children and Families."
The details are being kept secret, but the mid-day visit to Woods' home came after the DCF received a complaint. From whom, and for what, we don't know.
A rep for the DCF later said in a statement that it was a "well-being check." It is unclear if Tiger and/or Elin Woods were in the house at the time of the visit.
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The visit was not specifically an investigation into Tiger and Elin Woods, but a routine procedure after a complaint is lodged. The department not only evaluates safety of children but adults in the house after it receives word of potential trouble.
Typically, investigators from the DCF evaluates the safety of a home for kids after a domestic violence incident is reported - and we're pretty sure there was one.
The new twist in the seemingly endless scandal clearly stems from the alleged fight with his wife that led to Tiger's wild one-car accident just after Thanksgiving.
Tiger and Elin Nordegren Woods, who married in 2004, have two small children, ages 2 years and 10 months. There are rumors she plans to divorce Tiger soon.