Champion golfer Tiger Woods has only managed to complicate the questions surrounding his bizarre accident that sent him to the hospital. For the third time since the accident, Woods canceled his appointment with police for an interview. Woods instead posted a sort of apology to his fans for his conduct claiming that the accident was his own fault, while not addressing any of the questions surrounding the unusual crash.
In his statement on his website, Woods claimed that the incident was a "private matter" and that he wanted to "keep it that way". However, any such dramatic event by a celebrity of the level of Tiger Woods will certainly remain news for days and will be only be the subject of much tabloid news as well.
According to Sgt. Kim Montes of the Florida Highway Patrol, Woods has not "rescheduled" his canceled interview to explain the incident. However, it is highly likely that Woods might be waiting for Monday so that he can seek professional advice from a lawyer or legal representation before he is interviewed. Woods might even face serious traffic offense charges unless a lawyer can assist him for the incident.
Woods has certainly damaged his clean and wholesome image with the entire incident. But whether he loses his huge product endorsement deals is a question yet to be asked. This incident is hardly good by any means.