Tiger Woods' wife Elin is reportedly seeking full custody of the couple's two children, but may be leaning toward remaining in South Florida, according to sources.
Elin and the kids are currently in China visiting her brother and she’s rumored to be mulling a return to her native Sweden - permanently. But perhaps no longer.
As divorce talks have progressed, Elin Woods has indicated a desire to stay in Florida, albeit in the southern part of the state, a few hours away from Orlando.
Elin may be seeking up to $750 million in a divorce, and wants full custody of the children, according to a source close to the situation, causing serious tension.
Her desire to move to Sweden, while understandable, could create big problems with Tiger as he wants to see his children often. Thus the South Florida idea.
Will Elin Woods stay in Florida to speed the divorce along?
“She has good friends in South Florida,” one source said of Elin recently. “She has spent time with them this year and she’s interested in moving to the area."
“It could be the perfect solution. If she has any chance on Tiger not fighting her on seeking full custody, then he’s going to want to see his kids regularly."
If Elin stays in the area, i.e. a few hours away by car and even less by plane, "that would be much easier and could avoid big problems with the divorce.”
She's been creating a life without Tiger, traveling regularly and rarely interacting with him - the two are not on speaking terms despite living a mile apart.
When and if the divorce is put on paper, expect it to be done fast, discreetly and with a big payout, much like Tiger used to treat his bevy of mistresses.
I'm totally on ...