Golf legend Tiger Woods in rehabilitation for ‘driving under influence’
Top golfer’s club bag, Tiger Woods has during a trial, agreed to co-operate with a rehabilitation programme. The lawsuit was against the golf legend aangespand due to driving under the influence.
In order to qualify for his rehabilitation process to accused persons to admit that they are “reckless” driving. In return, they get a 12 months suspended sentence and they have mandatory meetings about driving under the influence follow, writes TMZ.
Woods pleaded innocent to driving under the influence, but has agreed to the rehabilitation programme to take part. This would the charge, later this year expire, know ESPN.
The athlete showed itself not show his face in court in Florida. His 41-year-old lawyer Douglas Duncan signed the not-guilty plea on behalf of the golfer.
In may this year, Woods was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence. He was in the middle of the night sleeping in his car found, but a breathalyzer would have shown that Woods not a drop of alcohol had been drinking.
In a statement blames Woods are “extremely slow and uncertain” way of talking to an “unexpected reaction” to prescribed medication.
“I see the seriousness of what I have done and take full responsibility for my actions. I want everyone to know that there is no alcohol in the game was. I didn’t realize that the combination of medications so much influence on me would have,” he said at the time.