Tiger Woods and his wife Elin Nordegren are no longer talking to each other, RadarOnline reports. A source tells the web site that Nordegren "has the nannies take the children back and forth" between the couple's residences, and the two reportedly use intermediaries to deal with each other.
The apparent communications breakdown is the latest in a series of unpleasant developments for Woods and Nordegren. More than a month ago, one source called the marriage "over" (another said a divorce is "100 percent happening") and it was reported earlier in May that the two are living apart from each other. Both Nordegren and Woods have reportedly met with divorce lawyers, and the couple is said to be hammering out a joint custody agreement for their children.
TMZ reported last week that lawyers are working on dividing the pair's assets, and both sides are striving to keep divorce terms confidential.
Oddsmakers, meanwhile, appear confident that a divorce will be filed in the near future.