Elin Nordegren Gets $750M, Custody of Kids in Exchange for Silence in Tiger Woods Divorce

Tiger Woods has reportedly been banned from taking any future girlfriends near his children in his divorce from wife Elin.

The US golfer will only be able to introduce a woman to his children – daughter Sam, three, and son Charlie, one – if they are married, according to UK reports.

His wife Elin, 30, is reportedly set to receive a record-breaking 750 million in the divorce deal. However, she will never be able to publicly speak about his cheating.

A pal told UK newspaper The Sun: ‘Elin is desperate to protect the children from the womanising side of their father.

‘Tiger’s main fear is her telling her story after he’s rebuilt his reputation, sending him back to the gutter.’

Elin has been able to get more money than she set out for as her lawyers have found the golfer is worth a lot more than they first thought.

One of the Swedish model’s pals added: ‘Elin’s legal team have done a great job digging up all sorts of assets.

‘The price of the huge sum is her silence: no interviews, tell-all books or TV appearances about this for the rest of her life – even if Tiger dies first – or she’ll lose the lot.’

Nike Air Force 1 (GS) “4th of July” Edition

This Sunday is Independence Day aka 4th of July, so as usual, Nike acknowledges the holiday by releasing 4th of July themed footwear. Today we offer you a first look at the Independence Day Air Force 1. These sneakers scream U-S-A with the traditional red, white, and blue color scheme. Besides the USA colorway, the most notable feature is the USA flag hologram seen on the heel tab.

Fellas, don’t these remind you of the promo All-Star AF1’s that Nike released a few years ago? However, this particular Air Force 1 was only made in kids sizes, which means ladies can participate in this release. Perhaps the kiddies and ladies can rock these to the 4th of July cookouts on Sunday. The shoes are officially set to launch this Saturday, July 3rd at Nike accounts.

(via TheShoeGame)

NFL QB Randall Cunningham’s Son Died In Hot Tub

LAS VEGAS — Authorities say the 2-year-old son of former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Randall Cunningham is dead after apparently drowning in a backyard hot tub.

Las Vegas police Lt. Dennis Flynn says it appeared to have been an accident. He says a woman at the house with several other children found the boy about 4:30 p.m. Tuesday and began trying to resuscitate him.

The child was pronounced dead at St. Rose Dominican Hospital Siena campus in Henderson.

Cunningham starred at UNLV and played for 16 years in the NFL, mostly for the Philadelphia Eagles.

The 47-year-old Cunningham is now an ordained minister and pastor of a church in Las Vegas. He wasn’t home when the boy was found.