Tiger Woods about to get unwelcome visitor at his Jupiter Island beachfront mansion

 

 

The case is scheduled for trial in the fall in a Martin County court. (Source: Jose Lambiet’s Gossip Extra)

The famously private Tiger Woods is about to get a home visit from a Coral Gables lawyer he’s not going to appreciate, according to Jose Lambiet’s Gossip Extra.

Slip-and-fall law guru Michael Feiler is scheduled to inspect the oft-injured golfer’s beachfront mansion in Jupiter Island Sept. 14 in connection with a lawsuit filed against Woods by one of his former security guards.

The guard, John Davis, a retired Surfside police officer, says he slipped on wet marble while patrolling Woods’ property and suffered a serious knee injury.

For the complete story: http://www.gossipextra.com/2016/08/31/tiger-woods-john-davis-sue-slip-jupiter-island-6343/

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