And apparently, the neighbors' attorney believed a press conference was necessary to clear up any rumors about what might have happened on that oh-so-fateful post-Thanksgiving eve.
In that press conference, their attorney cleared up any rumors, stating that they saw "no indication" that Tiger was "beaten" or "driving under the influence."
Back Porch: HausCast 38: Stephanie Wei Talks Tiger
Attorney Bill Sharpe (right) said Tuesday that Linda Adams and her adult sons Jarius and Jerome Adams went outside their Orlando-area home after hearing the crash.
They found Woods' wife Friday morning, Elin Nordegren, upset about her husband's injuries and she asked them to call 911. Sharpe says Woods appeared woozy and had scratches on his face.
What does this clear up? Well, nothing obviously. As was mentioned on the Tiger-specific-podcast with Stephanie Wei today, there are so many rumors and crazy thoughts and nightmare-for-PR-people statements out there that it's nearly impossible to understand what the truth is.
Which may explain why Sharpe continued stating his clients' concern for their personal lives (they haven't been able to return to work, although I wonder what the heck they do for a living that might actually require "work" considering that they reside next to Tiger in Orlando) and the fact that the media was "putting words in their mouth, and they haven't even said anything."
Additionally, the family informed the press that Woods' wife was NOT holding a golf club when she approached them for help.