The National Enquirer is reporting that Tiger Woods snuck into ex-wife Elin Nordegren's home while she was away and rummaged through her personal papers and diaries.
The alleged incident occurred while she was away from her Florida home for a few days between Thanksgiving and early December, while Tiger was taking care of their two children.
The golfer used their kids as an excuse, telling Elin's staff that they had "left some things he had to pick up," a source told the National Enquirer.
Elin's diaries are said to contain intimate details about her life and divorce, including her latest love interest.
Following the incident, Nordegren spent Christmas in Sweden with her kids--the second Christmas spent apart from Woods.
Elin reportedly received $110 million and joint custody of couple's two children in the divorce settlement.