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Tiger Woods' Child Services Investigation? Authorities Reportedly Visited Home

03/18/2010 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

UPDATE, 12/14 1:55 PM: RadarOnline.com has obtained a police document that, according to the web site, shows the agency is "actively pursuing into a possible domestic violence incident -- with a weapon -- between Tiger Woods and his wife."

UPDATE: An employee at the Florida Department of Children has confirmed to TMZ that the agency visited Woods' home on Friday for a "well-being check." According to the article, the visit was "a routine procedure," not part of an investigation.

EARLIER:

RadarOnline.com reports that the Florida Department of Children and Families visited Tiger Woods' home yesterday. According to the article, it is common for the agency to evaluate a home following suspected cases of domestic violence, and refusing to cooperate "can lead to severe repercussions by state law."

TMZ previously reported that one official described the event as "a domestic issue," but a spokesman said "we don't believe it is a domestic issue."

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