Did Tiger Woods overdose the night of his now-infamous car accident on prescription drugs and/or alcohol? That's the most recent rumor going around.
The golf legend did wrap his Escalade around a fire hydrant and his neighbor's tree, so it's certainly not a stretch to think he might have been in a daze that night and not the crazy Ambien sex kind of daze he fancied when nailing Rachel Uchitel.
Sources cited by TMZ are reporting that Tiger Woods was admitted to Health Central Hospital in Orlando the day after Thanksgiving for a suspected overdose.
The admissions chart lists "OD" and he was having trouble breathing.
The fifth floor of the hospital was on lockdown when Tiger arrived, and he was admitted under an alias, William Smith. His wife, Elin Woods, was by his side.
Was Tiger Woods overdosing the night of his car accident?
Elin Nordegren Woods, who "rescued" Tiger after the crash, gave paramedics two pill bottles at the accident scene - prescriptions for Ambien and Vicodin.
Tiger was in and out of consciousness, snoring at the scene, and sources say he clearly appeared to be under the influence of something - not alcohol.
Doctors used a breathing tube to assist his respiration. Tiger's alias was changed after a couple of hours to another alias to further protect his privacy.
This is just the latest in a string of damaging stories for Woods, who cheated on Elin (who is rumored to have moved out) with at least seven mistresses.
To make matters worse, his mother-in-law, Barbro Holmberg, was taken to the hospital this morning after suffering a stomach ailment at Tiger's house.
Hearing what he did makes us sick to our stomachs, too.