Saturday, September 09, 2017

Blind Items Revealed #3 - Kindness

September 1, 2017

This permanent A list athlete who still hopes to compete again but has seen better days paid almost $1M for the medical bills of an employee who was diagnosed with breast cancer.

Tiger Woods

11 comments:

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Phanshy said...

I'm not a Tiger fan at all but kudos to him for this.

Kim said...

That sweet of him. He cheated on his hot wife that went after him with a golf club before she became a multimillionaire. Others have done far worse and kept their careers. I think it's like Tyson who lost the fire to compete when Gus passed away instead Tiger lost his Dad.

Whywhywhy??? said...

Agree

Haywood Jablomee said...

Couldn't he have fully or partially contributed to her having health insurance? Being an employee of his and all.

JuniperWheels said...

So you know how health insurance works and who runs it? Health insurance doesn't cover everything, they don't cover all treatments, etc etc It's just a blind and not an in-depth account so maybe he did behind the scenes or she was covered in another way.

JuniperWheels said...

*Do

JuniperWheels said...

I don't think he's career going down the tube has anything to do with his dad dying or losing his bland and boring ex-wife. He literally was injured and has had operations. Injuries is why he has had trouble with his career. He had knee surgery and lost something in his game.

Scandi Sanskrit said...

My sentiment exactly. ♥

Sd auntie said...

Yes, that is very nice of him. And yes, all his employees should have healthcare

david said...

This makes me think that he made the payment to avoid any legal entanglement he might incur since he didn't supply health insurance to employees.
(Just thinking out aloud.)

(Does it seem like I hang around attorneys too much?)