Following his arrest for driving under the influence on Memorial Day morning, Tiger Woods issued a statement claiming alcohol was not involved in the incident and that it was a negative reaction to prescription medication.
Tuesday, Woods’ breathalyzer results were released and two separate tests came back with a .000.
While Woods didn’t have alcohol in his system, police say he was moving “extremely slow” and his speech was “slurred, mumbled and confused.”
— Terri Parker (@wpbf_terri) May 30, 2017
Woods was arrested after he was found asleep at the wheel of his black Mercedez-Benz in the wee hours of the morning.
An arraignment hearing is scheduled for June 5.
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