I’m sure everyone remembers the Tiger Woods sex scandal back in 2009, but for the two people in the room who may not remember, let me refresh your memory before I go into the details of this story.
Pro golfer Tiger Woods and his then-wife of six years, Elin Nordegern, divorced in 2010. The separation came after Woods admitted to cheating on Elin — some reports say with over 120 women! — and many of his mistresses were porn actresses and waitresses.
After dozens of women came forward and admitted to their extramarital affairs with Woods, he then publicly admit to, as he called them, “transgressions.” He soon lost several sponsorship deals and entered a 45-day sex therapy program.
Now, on to the latest news.
Just three years after the infidelity scandal, Woods has asked Elin to remarry him. According to Fox News, the 14-time major champion proposed again with a $200 million dollar prenup.
Elin is said to be considering the proposal, but only if Woods includes a $350 million anti-cheating clause. When the couple parted ways in 2010 she won $110 million in the divorce settlement.
The couple has two children together, 3-year-old Charlie and 5-year-old Samantha.
Do you think Elin should take him back? Would you remarry a serial cheater for a $350 million anti-cheating clause?