Detectives Know What Caused Tiger Woods’ Crash But Will Not Publicly Release The Details Yet 

April 1, 2021 / Posted by:

It’s been a little over five weeks since Tiger Woods crashed a loaned 2021 Genesis GV80 near Ranchos Palos Verdes in CA. No other car was involved in the crash and Tiger was the only one in the SUV. The case has now been closed and detectives know exactly what caused the crash, but they are keeping it on the shush and not releasing shit unless they get permission from Tiger Woods to do so. Oh so now TMZ’s “law enforcement sources” are choosing to keep their lips shut about something!?!

On the morning of February 23, Tiger was on his way to a GolfTV shoot when the SUV he was driving hit a “Welcome To Rolling Hills Estates” sign, crossed the center divider, and zoomed across the shoulder of the road before coming to a stop on the driver’s side. Tiger was seriously injured in the crash. He suffered open fractures to his tibia and fibula and underwent surgery on his leg, ankle, and foot. Tiger was released from the hospital a couple of weeks ago and is now healing at home.

Tiger reportedly didn’t remember anything about what led to the crash. Even though Tiger has been busted for DUI before, officers do not believe that he was impaired during the crash. But they did not test his blood for booze or drugs. Detectives did collect the black box from Tiger’s SUV and ran their magnifying glasses over it to find details on what exactly led to Tiger taking out a “Welcome To Rolling Hills Estates” sign. TMZ previously reported that investigators believe that Tiger never took his foot off the gas as he drove off the road. They also don’t believe that he ever hit the brakes. The evidence points to Tiger speeding and losing control of the SUV. But Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva is neither confirming or denying that.

According to The New York Times, the investigation is over and authorities know the cause, but Sheriff Villanueva said in a Facebook Livestream yesterday that they will not release their findings unless they get an OK from Tiger Woods. But Sheriff Villanueva did confirm that Tiger will not be charged with anything because it was an accident.

“A cause has been determined. We have all the contents of the black box. We’ve got everything completed, signed, sealed and delivered. However, we can’t release it without the permission of the people involved in the collision.

It’s still an accident. You have an accident, and you have deliberate acts. It’s an accident, OK. We’re reaching out to Tiger Woods to be able to release the report itself, and nothing has changed from what we know and what we learned throughout the course of the investigation. And everything we did turned out to be accurate.”

When people cried about how the LAPD was covering up for famous multi-millionaire Tiger Woods, they implied on Twitter that they are not covering up for Tiger Woods, they’re just following the law:

So let’s see, they chose not to see if booze or drugs were flowing through Tiger’s system at the time of the crash and they will not release the cause of the crash without Tiger’s approval. We’ll probably never know…. unless one of TMZ’s “law enforcement sources” finds out that they need a new roof and slides the report between Harvey Levin’s chichis for a quick check. Until then, people will continue to speculate and I’ve heard everything from “Tiger was in an Ambien haze” to “Tiger was sleeping.” Or maybe Tiger wasn’t alone in that SUV at all. Maybe Tiger got a ride from somebody else and that somebody else crashed the SUV and then fled the scene. And yes, that somebody else was obviously TOONCES!

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