A woman has been rushed to hospital from Tiger Woods’ Florida mansion, early Tuesday morning.
The 911 call was made from the home just after 2:30 a.m.
Footage from an NBC affiliate in Orlando, Fla., said the woman is blonde, but at this point, her identity is not yet known.
NBC reported a radio log showing that an adult woman was transported to Health Central Hospital, suggesting the patient initially refused transport, but was later listed as an advanced life support patient.
Advanced life support sounds serious, but it could also just be the description of the qualification of the paramedics in the U.S. capable of performing advanced life support skills.
Sources told FOX News the woman has been released from hospital.
Reports said the ambulance was followed by a black Cadillac Escalade, similar to the car Woods was driving when he crashed into a tree nearly two weeks ago.
Witnesses told ABC News that the Escalade was driven by a blonde who looked like Woods’ wife Elin Nordegren, and that the car’s license plate was one number off from the plate on the car Woods was driving the night of the crash.
Nordegren’s mother and twin sister are also rumoured to have been spending time at the home. There are also reports Woods’ wife may have moved out and purchased a home in Sweden.
This all comes after the world’s No. 1 golfer has been involved in a sex scandal that has linked him with up to 10 women.