The criminal chapter of the Tiger Woods saga has ended, with the golfer being fined for careless driving, but no domestic abuse charges filed against Elin Nordegren.
In a much-less-interesting but more appropriate manner than the celebrity gossip public might have hoped for, Woods was cited for careless driving and fined $164.
The matter of whether Tiger slept with Jaimee Grubbs and/or Rachel Uchitel remains, but as far as criminal charges go, you can consider the Woods case closed.
"The investigation has determined that Mr. Woods is at fault in the crash," Maj. Cindy Williams of the Florida Highway Patrol said at a press conference Tuesday.
Elin and Tiger Woods are officially out of the ... police blotter.
Tiger's careless driving violation carries the aforementioned fine and four points on Woods' driving record. Not had for hitting a fire hydrant and his neighbor's tree.
More significantly, the FHP will not be pursuing criminal charges after an investigation of Elin Woods provided "insufficient evidence" of domestic abuse on Tiger.
Williams noted that contrary to previous reports, investigators had no reason to issue a subpoena for any medical information that might exist from the incident.
While reports of Elin roughing up Tiger and chasing him out of the house, prompting his car crash, no claims of domestic violence from either Woods were made.
With no testimony or hard proof, it is hard to make a case.