Reports: Department of Children and Families Called to Tiger Woods' Home

Department will not confirm if it was Woods' home.

ByJohn Berman, Michael James and Kate Mccarthy via via logo
December 13, 2009, 5:35 PM

Dec. 14, 2009— -- The Florida Department of Children and Families was called to Tiger Woods' home on Friday afternoon according to TMZ and Radaronline.

The visit was for a "well-being check," following a complaint and not part of an investigation, TMZ reported.

The Department of Children and Families (DCF) would not confirm the report nor release any details about the call.

"Florida law requires that all concerns reported to the Florida Department of Children and Families regarding the safety of a child or a vulnerable adult are confidential," Carrie Hoeppner, a spokesperson for DCF said via a statement.

DCF is looking into a report of possible domestic violence between Woods and his wife Elin that allegedly took place in front of their two children and involved a golf club, according to Radaronline.

A spokesperson for the Orange County Sheriff's department said they received a call from DCF on Friday afternoon at 2:41 p.m. to help open the gate to the Isleworth community.

The officers were on the scene at 3:19 p.m., according to Jim Solomons, a spokesperson for the sheriff's department.

"We were called to assist. We assisted them getting past the guard shack and they were on their way," Solomons said.

The sheriff's department would not release the address DCF visited. The officers did not initiate a criminal report, Solomons said.

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