Was sexting Joslyn James worth it? Scorned wife Elin Nordegren is reportedly trying to club an eye-popping $750 million out of Tiger Woods in their divorce.
That sum of money may be a bit of a reach. Forbes has estimated his net work at a paltry $600 million (though he has earned $1 billion career, to his credit).
Sources close to the Tiger divorce negotiations say the golfer hasn't agreed to any sum, but when he does, he wants total, legal silence from his ex in return.
About the collapse of their marriage, about their life together. Then, now, forever. Absolutely nothing to the media. He's pressed her on this subject already.
But how will that sit with Elin Woods?
So far, not well! Nordegren said no to signing a lifetime "confidentiality clause" that would prevent her from writing a book or doing interviews about the split.
OUCH: Can Tiger spare $750 million? Elin Woods is gonna find out!
She reportedly also wants full custody of their two young children even though it was first believed that the couple were going to agree to joint custody.
Sources said the Tiger Woods divorce discussions "have turned extremely testy" and are already getting ugly as the couple no longer speaks to each other.
Nordegren has spent a lot of time away in recent months. She went to Arizona alone for a week and took the kids to Sweden while Tiger returned to golf.
Elin is said to be considering a move to Sweden for good. Tiger Woods, meanwhile, has supposedly been on the prowl in Florida with an Elin look-alike.
That's sure to go over really well.