Tiger's Wife Bailing & Mother-In-Law Hospitalized

Elin Nordegren

The Nordegren women have had enough of Tiger!

Earlier this morning, an unidentified, supposedly middle-aged blonde woman was transported from Tiger Woods' house to the same hospital where he was admitted as — and get this, this is new — an OD patient. A younger blonde woman followed in a Cadillac Escalade with similar license plates to the one that wrapped itself around a tree last Thanksgiving weekend.

The speculation, which has now been confirmed, was that the woman on the gurney is none other than Elin Nordegren's mother, a prominent Swedish politician who arrived last Friday to lend moral support to her daughter and grandchildren. The hitch was that the only picture we have of Barbro Holmberg, Elin's mama, is that of a brunette. Guess they have hair dye in Sweden as well.

A woman, described as being in her 50s with blondish-gray hair, was rushed to Health Central Hospital in Ocoee, Florida early Tuesday morning, after being removed on a stretcher from Tiger Woods' Isleworth mansion at 2:36 a.m., a source tells RadarOnline.com.

An ambulance was sent to the home after someone inside called 911. The first reports from the scene made the situation appear dire as the woman was said to be on "advanced life support," but now we've now learned the woman has reportedly been released from the hospital.

While authorities have not released the name of the woman, there is speculation the patient was Tiger's mother-in-law.

A woman resembling Tiger Woods' wife, Elin Nordegren, was seen at the hospital driving a black Cadillac Escalade, RadarOnline.com has also learned. [Source: RadarOnline]

The latest from TMZ has Ms. Holberg in stable condition, recuperating from the stomach pain that landed her in the ICU in the first place.

In other news, Elin has reportedly purchased a $2.29 million house on an island near Stockholm last week, according to the Daily Express, and is preparing her young family for a move sans papa Tiger.

Photo via Getty Images. Scoop via RadarOnline.