Police are still trying to get Tiger Woods to open up about his car accident early Friday morning.
In a statement issued by the Florida Highway Patrol Monday, spokeswoman Kim Montes says that repeated tries to interview the famed golfer, 33, have failed.
“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,” the statement reads. “Mr. Woods’ representatives have provided us with his driver license information, vehicle registration and current proof of insurance, as required by Florida Law.”
Montes adds that charges are pending, but didn’t go into any detail.