Elin must have known about Tiger Woods' affairs' claims comedian Jim Carrey
Sport's most famous philanderer, Tiger Woods, received support from
an unlikely ally as he stepped onto the golf circuit for the first time
since his notorious car crash.
Comedy actor Jim Carrey has raised
eyebrows with his latest Tweets about Woods' infidelities claiming Elin
must have been a 'willing participant' in the setup.
recently-single star, who split from Jenny McCarthy this week, may think
he is helping the beleaguered golfer out, his shocking comment has only
served to fuel the media circus around Woods' return to the sport.
support: Jim Carrey has placed himself firmly on Woods' side over his
infidelities, but has been critical of his wife Elin
His first Tweet yesterday was supportive of the star saying: 'Tiger
Woods owes nothing 2 anyone but himself. 2 please his father he gave up
his childhood and his freedom in the world. That's enough!'
was his second Tweet that was the most controversial and accusatory of
Elin Nordegren who is widely considered the victim of recent events.
just two hours after the first comment, Carrey said: 'No wife is blind
enough to miss that much infidelity. Elin had 2 b a willing participant
on the ride 4 whatever reason. kids/lifestyle'.
Strong words: Carrey's comments are bound to stir up more publicity around Woods and his fall from grace
The comment is particularly surprising as during the public furore
over Woods' fall from grace there has never been any criticism of Elin
or any suggestion that she knew what was going on.
will undoubtedly be annoyed at the comment which comes after the
golfer's main sponsor tried to move on from the incident with a
heartfelt advert featuring the voice of his father.
In it a black
and white image of Woods looking into the camera is shown with a
voice-over from his father who died in 2006, saying: 'I want to find out
what your thinking was; I want to find out what your feelings are. Did
you learn anything?'
Back on form: Woods, uncharacteristically wearing dark glasses, recognises support from the crowd
Although some have criticised the advert for being creepy, it was
widely thought to be an attempt to lay the constant rumours surrounding
Wood to rest for good.
Woods himself defended it saying: 'It's
what my dad would say. It's amazing how my dad can speak to me in
different ways even when he's long gone. Any son who lost a father who
meant so much in their life, I think, would understand the spot.'
all the publicity surrounding his return to the sport, Woods is doing
well and had his best ever opening round at the Masters Tournament at
Augusta National yesterday.
Support: Kultida Woods turned out to watch her son play
With his wife notably absent but his ever-supportive mother by his side, the golfer managed to finish the day four under par.
under a large sunhat Kuldita Woods watched her son's comeback and
despite a few jeers as he made his way to the first tee, overall the
crowds were supportive.
Wood, playing in dark glasses for the first time reportedly to shield his eyes from pollen, finished the day upbeat.
'I felt good,' he said.
'It was really good just to get out there and get into my rhythm and go about my business.'
he is currently trailing the two leaders Lee Westwood and Ian Poulter,
it is only by two strokes and in the past he has not taken the lead
until the third round of the competition before going on to win it.