TMZ paparazzi snapped this pic of a moving truck in the driveway of Tiger Woods' $2.6 million Islewood mansion in Florida today. It seems the rumors of Tiger's wife Elin leaving him were a bit premature. In fact, it is Tiger whose stuff is being put out on the lawn.
A truck pulled up to Tiger Woods' home an hour ago in Windermere, Florida and removed 5 big boxes from the house.
The truck driver went inside and removed 5 or 6 moving boxes from the house, put them in the back of the truck and left. We got a pic of the truck as it sat in the driveway.
A security team watched as the boxes were removed, and then flanked the truck as it left the property.
No word on who's stuff is being moved, but Elin Nordegren and the kids have been living there since the incident two weeks ago. Tiger has been nowhere in sight. Read More...
And while we're on the subject of baby daddies with 7 figure salaries, the Orlando Sentinel has a interview with NBA star Dwight Howard who is supposedly suing his baby mama for $9.2 mil. Howard says, "What lawsuit?"
Howard said he didn't know of any suit filed in Orange County, Ca., as reported by TMZ.com.
"This is on TMZ?" Howard asked. "I haven't seen it. I don't know what you're talking about."
According to the report, Reed has been bad-mouthing Howard on an internet site, saying, among other things, that he hasn't seen his son Braylon, 2, in two months.
"That's not right at all. I just saw my son in Altanta two weeks ago (on Thanskgiving)," Howard said. "You know I see my son."
Howard did not want to offer further comment. Read More...