Nordegren supposedly wants, as mentioned earlier on FanHouse, a stunning $300 million and custody of their children and is not budging from that stance via a divorce. Such reports -- if true -- would theoretically support her exiting their Orlando home, which X17Online.com (safe for work, despite the potentially misleading name) noted today:
An X17 photographer on the scene tells us, "With Tiger off on his yacht, Elin's had enough. She's ready to take the kids and go back to Sweden. And with this many cops on bikes entering the community, we can only imagine they're preparing a motorcade for her to get herself and the kids to the airport quickly and safely."Now, if anyone is wondering why Elin needs so much security, it should be obvious: Tiger and his wife and his seemingly unending list of mistresses have been the talk of every tabloid, gossip magazine and sports Web site since Thanksgiving, and if Elin leaves the house, she will be dealing with the paparazzi.
Two police choppers are also hovering overhead waiting for the motorcade to start their move.
That's just an indisputable fact; Elin knows it as much as anyone else, and taking extra precautions to make sure she doesn't put herself or her children in any harm because of overzealous reporters is a smart idea.