jeudi 1 juin 2017
The former world number one golfer was found at the wheel of his Mercedes, in the right lane, and had to be woken by a police officer early on Monday.
Charged with Driving Under the Influence (DUI), Mr Woods blamed "an unexpected reaction to prescribed medication".
He maintains that alcohol was "not involved" in the incident.
Woods told police he was taking several prescriptions, including two painkillers. Police said Woods was "cooperative as much as possible" and that he agreed to take a breath test and a urine test. He blew a 0.00 in the breath test