Remember the swanky bachelor pad that Tiger Woods supposedly moved into just days after he his divorce from Elin Nordegren?
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Well, according to local real estate brokers, Us Weekly got it all wrong in the Monday report.
The New York Post’s Page Six had several agents chime in after the location was revealed yesterday.
"No way Tiger would live there. It’s an ’80s conversion, run-down, with leaky ceilings. If it really was Tiger who was spotted moving boxes in from a BMW, brokers say he might have been helping a girlfriend. It would have to be a mistress he doesn’t care about," said one.
"If he does live there, it means his wife took every penny he has and he’s at the end of his rope," said another.
Meanwhile, another source told the Post that Tiger always stays on his yacht "Privacy" whenever he visits New York.
Said the observer, "He hates it in New York. Why would he come here when he needs his privacy more than ever?"
On August 22, the disgraced golfer officially ended his six-year marriage with Nordegren. The divorce came about 10 months after Woods crashed his SUV outside his family home in Florida following an apparent dispute with Nordegren.
The accident gave rise to numerous reports of infidelity by Woods, who has gone winless on the tour this year amid his marital woes.
As part of their divorce settlement, Nordegren and Woods will share custody of their two children — daughter Sam, 3, and son Charlie, 18 months.