And now Woods, 37, is trying to cozy back up to Nordegren with the help of her brother, I’m told by a source close to the four-time winner of The Masters.
The former No. 1 golfer in the world, who lives in Jupiter Island, has been begging ex-brother in law Axel Nordegren, with whom he remained close despite the spectacular 2010 divorce, to help him patch things up with Elin.
Meanwhile, the Boca Raton tabloid National Enquirer claims in its print edition published today in Los Angeles (Friday in Florida) that Woods and Elin have been meeting clandestinely for sex.
The magazine also adds Woods offered to sign an agreement with Elin that says he’d pay her $350 million — half of his estimated fortune — if he cheats on her again once they’re back together.
Trust me on this one: Something’s brewing with Woods, whose game suffered massively since he was caught cheating on Elin with dozens of women.
Elin’s brother, meanwhile, spent the Christmas holidays with Elin and her two children in South Florida first, then at Atlantis Resort.
Woods’ divorce from Elin reportedly cost him $100 million.
As I first reported at the time, Elin is guaranteed to get paid for the split because of a promissory note that uses Woods’ $54 million-Jupiter Island beachfronter as collateral.
The house is supposed to be hers if he doesn’t finish paying for all the divorce goodies by Jan. 15, 2016.
Developing . . .