Source Pravda.Ru

Tiger Woods To Lose $750 Million in Divorce

Golfer Tiger Woods paid a heavy price for his cheating yesterday when he was divorced from his betrayed wife Elin Nordegren.

The Swedish former model and children's nanny is understood to have been paid more than $100million - £64million - as part of the settlement.

Although she could have pushed for a half share in the disgraced golfer's £650million fortune, 30-year-old Elin reportedly agreed on the lower sum to avoid a messy, drawn-out court battle, Daily Mail reports.

According to the divorce papers they finalised their separation on July 3 and July 4. Miss Nordegren also underwent the course earlier this month.

The custody of their two children was at the heart of discussions between lawyers ahead of the divorce. It is believed they will live primarily with Miss Nordegren, who may return to Sweden, but Woods will have regular access.

According to reports he will not be allowed to introduce new girlfriends to the children, Telegraph.co.uk informs.

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Yulin, China: Where dogs are tortured to death and eaten
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