Tiger Woods mother-in-law released from hospital
By Jimmy Downs
Barbro Holmberg, Tiger Woods' mother-in-law, was rushed in an ambulance to Health Central Hospital early Tuesday morning for stomach pain, CNN reported.
Paramedics arrived at Woods' home in Orange County, Florida after a 911 call from Woods’ home was made about 2:35. Hours later, Holmberg was released from the hospital. And her condition is good.
Holmberg, Tiger Woods' wife Elin Nordegren's mother, is a regional governor in Sweden. She is with the Woods family, which has drawn lots of attention from the media.
Eva Malmborg, spokeswoman for Gavleborg County where Tiger woods' mother in law is governor was cited as telling CNN that she had been taken to the Florida hospital for abdominal pain.
Recently news media has been reporting that Tiger woods has some romantic relationship with more than a handful of women, and his wife Erin has reportedly moved out after the argument that led to a car incident.
Tiger woods mistresses count now is up to 8 or 11 women including Jaimee Grubbs, then Kalika Moquin, Jamie Jungers, Mindy Lawton, Cori Rist.