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Elin Nordegren Will Not Get $750 Million From Tiger Woods, But $100 Million

by Robert Littal | Posted on Friday, July 2nd, 2010
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The sad thing is, considering the reports said she was getting a quarter of a billion dollars, to see the $100 million you are probably thinking, “That is cool.”

But say it slowly with me:

100 MILLION DOLLARS for Nohoin

All things considered though, if that keeps her quiet and Tiger is worth a billion, it was money well spent.  Here are the details from TMZ.com.

As one source with direct knowledge of the terms of the divorce tells TMZ, “She’ll be getting close to $100,000,000.”

There have been reports Elin would score $750 million, but we have confirmed that figure is wrong. Indeed, as we first reported, Tiger is not even worth $750 million. We’re told his net worth is somewhere between $500 and $600 million.

Sources say Elin will receive child support, but we do not know the specific amount.

As for the $100 million figure … this is not speculation … it comes from sources with direct knowledge of the property settlement agreement.

The thing I find interesting about this report is that Tiger may be lying about his net worth.  It is much cooler to be known as the billion dollar man than the 600 million dollar man.

Then again, I would be happy to be known as the $100,000 man at this particular point, so who I am to talk?

If he is worth around 600 million she would be getting 1/6th of his money, as opposed to the 3/4th of his money when we were thinking 750 million out of 1 billion.

Either way, she can buy a lot of Swedish meatballs and Tiger will have plenty of money left for his porn stars.

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