Tiger Woods said he takes “full duty” for his activities taking after a DUI capture on Memorial Day, additionally clarified that liquor was not a variable.
In an announcement discharged Monday evening, Woods apologized to his family, companions, and fans, and said he comprehends the seriousness of what he did.
“I need the general population to realize that liquor was not included,” the announcement read. “What happened was an unforeseen response to recommended drugs. I didn’t understand the blend of meds had influenced me so emphatically.”
Woods said he has been completely collaborating with specialists, and expressed gratitude toward both the Palm Beach County Sherriff’s office and the Jupiter Police Department for their demonstrable skill.
“I will give it my best shot to guarantee this never happens again,” Woods said.
Woods was captured close to his home in Jupiter, Fla., Monday and set up for Palm Beach County Jail at 7:18 a.m. He was discharged at 10:50 a.m.
The police report in regards to Woods’ capture is relied upon to be discharged on Tuesday.
Woods’ full explanation peruses:
“I comprehend the seriousness of what I did and I assume full liability for my activities.
I need the general population to realize that liquor was not included. What happened was a sudden response to recommended drugs. I didn’t understand the blend of meds had influenced me so unequivocally.
I might want to apologize for everything that is in me to my family, companions and the fans. I expect more from myself as well.
I will make every effort to guarantee this never happens again.
I completely participated with law authorization, and I might want to actually thank the agents of the Jupiter Police Department and the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office for their demonstrable skill.”