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Tiger's wife is out

December 8, 2009

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As more women come forward claiming affairs with Tiger Woods, his wife has moved out of their house, according to Elin Nordegren had enough and moved out of the $2.6 million home in Windermere, Fla., neighbors and other sources close to Tiger told the website. The golfer’s marital woes began after he crashed his Cadillac SUV into a fire hydrant and tree early Nov. 27 after arguing with his wife. According to the Orlando Sentinel, Nordegren told police that Woods was drinking before he wrecked his SUV. As many as 10 women have reportedly come forward claiming to have had affairs with him at various points during his marriage. (Wire services)

Weezer cancels tour
After canceling last night’s show in Boston when their bus crashed in upstate New York on Sunday, the members of Weezer also canceled the rest of their December tour. Lead singer Rivers Cuomo and band assistant Sarah Kim suffered minor injuries when the group’s tour bus skidded on ice, struck a guardrail, and slid into a ditch Sunday morning. Cuomo and Kim were hospitalized after the accident in the town of Glen, about 40 miles west of Albany. They were traveling to the show at Boston University’s Agganis Arena. Cuomo’s condition isn’t clear. Live Nation says tickets for last night’s show will be honored at a future date, which has yet to be announced. Those wanting a refund can obtain one at point of purchase. (AP)

Joel’s daughter rests
Alexa Ray Joel, the daughter of Billy Joel and Christie Brinkley, is staying with her father two days after being treated in New York for a possible overdose of pills, according to a Joel publicist. “She is feeling much better. She is with her family and looking forward to getting back on track,’’ publicist Claire Mercuri said in a statement yesterday. Alexa Ray Joel was hospitalized for several hours Saturday after police received a 911 call saying she had taken several pills. Police say it is not clear whether she accidentally overdosed or attempted suicide, but the New York Post reported that when she called 911, she had just swallowed eight tablets of Traumeel, an herbal alternative to ibuprofen, which were incapable of killing her. But she still panicked and called the emergency line, sources said. (AP)

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