Woods' mother, mother-in-law said to be at accident scene

December 04, 2009|By Sports Digest

An audio recording of an interview the Florida Highway Patrol conducted with Tiger Woods' neighbors after the star golfer's automobile accident early last Friday morning was obtained Thursday by the Associated Press through a public records request. Troopers interviewed Jarius Adams, who called 911, and his sister, Kimberly Harris. Harris told troopers that Woods' mother, Kultida, and mother-in-law, Barbro Holmberg, were at the scene. The AP could not independently confirm that the two women were present. Woods has been the center of tabloid allegations of infidelity. Rachel Uchitel, a New York nightclub hostess who has denied having an affair with Woods, had scheduled a Thursday news conference with her attorney in Los Angeles. But attorney Gloria Allred canceled that appearance Thursday morning, citing unforeseen circumstances.

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