Why You Shouldn't Buy the Police Report of Tiger Woods' Car Accident


Listen to Ben Maller explain why he’s not buying the official police report that was released on Wednesday that offered a rather predicable and already acknowledged reasoning to Tiger Woods’ near-fatal car crash on February 23rd, 2021.

The main headlines read that the causes of Woods’ crash were simply from speeding, as it was alleged that Woods had reached speeds between 84-87 miles per hour in a 45 MPH zone, and at one point pressed '99%' on the accelerator instead of the break, which supposedly led to his car careening off the road when he took a turn at 82 MPH.

But also buried in those reports was that Woods was apparently so dazed after the crash that he at one point thought he was in Florida when deputies first reached him, and most notably, a backpack was discovered on scene that contained an empty pharmaceutical bottle. The bottle didn't have a label, nor was it determined what was ever contained in it.

Check out the video above as Maller details why he doesn’t believe Woods should get the benefit of the doubt here, and why Wednesday's release sounds fishy.

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