The more Tiger Woods avoids the police, the more people will speculate about what really went down the night of the accident.
As Hollyscoop had previously reported, Florida police attempted to go over to Tiger's house this morning and they were turned away yet again.
"As of Nov. 30, 2009, the Florida Highway Patrol has been unable to speak to Mr. Woods about the crash he was involved in on the morning of Nov. 27, 2009, despite attempts to do so," said a statement issued by the Florida Highway Patrol on Monday via People.
"Mr. Woods' representatives have provided us with his driver license information, vehicle registration and current proof of insurance, as required by Florida Law."
According to Tiger's lawyer, he has no intention of speaking to police calling it a private matter.
In an e-mail Sunday, Wood's IMG agent Mark Steinberg told Us Weekly: "We have been informed by the Florida Highway Patrol that further discussion with them is both voluntary and optional. Although Tiger realizes that there is a great deal of public curiosity, it has been conveyed to FHP that he simply has nothing more to add and wishes to protect the privacy of his family."
What do you think about the situation? Should Tiger have to speak to authorities or is it a private domestic matter?
UPDATE: Woods was scheduled to host and participate in the Chevron World Challenge at the Sherwood Country Club in California this weekend for his charity and a press conference was scheduled for tomorrow, but the press conference has since been canceled, according to Tiger's reps.
UPDATE 2: Tiger just released the following statement: "I am extremely disappointed that I will not be at my tournament this week. I am certain it will be an outstanding event and I'm very sorry I can't be there."