Tiger Woods' mother-in-law in stable condition

UPDATE: She was rushed to a Florida hospital over stomach pains

Tiger Woods’ mother-in-law is in stable condition after being rushed to hospital with stomach pains early Tuesday morning, the Associated Press reports. Barbro Holmberg, the mother of the pro golfer’s wife, Elin Nordegren, was rushed from Woods’ multimillion dollar mansion after a 911 call. A hospital spokesperson said her condition was not serious, and that she’s staying in a private room with additional security to keep media away. Holmberg arrived in the U.S. a few days ago from her home in Sweden. According to FOX News, reports said the woman, who was not initially identified, was “on advanced life support” after firefighters got a call at 2:36 a.m. Footage showed a blonde woman on a stretcher being taken into the hospital, while witnesses reported a black SUV, much like the one Woods crashed after Thanksgiving, came to the hospital directly after. One witness told Fox the woman driving the SUV looked similar to Tiger’s wife, Elin Nordegren. reported Nordegren had moved out of the house, and is now living nearby, following reports of several women who claimed extramarital affairs with the golf superstar.

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