As more women surface, claiming to have had an affair with Woods, his wife, Elin Nordegren, has moved to a nearby home, also owned by the golfer, Radar reports.
As for what would happen if Woods and Nordegren divorced, CBS News legal analyst Lisa Bloom said Nordegren's case for keeping the couple's two children would be a "slam dunk."
"She would get custody of those kids, she would be entitled to a very substantial amount of child support, notwithstanding any pre-nup, and she would be entitled to take those kids to her place of residence, even if that was Sweden," Bloom said.
In other news, early Tuesday morning an unidentified woman was seen transported from Woods' home to a local hospital onaccording to a local affiliate.
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