domestic abuse, it can happen to ANYONE right?
well... yes. although 85-95% of domestic violence cases involve a female victim, there are the few cases in which the male is the victim.
current case up for discussion that falls into that 5-15% : Tiger Woods.
according to news sources,
"Tiger Woods got into a car wreck around 2:20am Friday morning. He wasn’t ruled as “under the influence,” so what caused him to ram into a fire hydrant less than 30 feet from his driveway?
Sources are reporting that his wife, Elin, got uber pissy with him after that story of the him cheating with some chick hit the net. She scratched his face up after a verbal argument (despite reports originally concluding the scratches came from the accident), he tried to speed away from the house, Elin chased and banged his car down with a golf club, and then the wreck occurred."
if we believe this to be true, why is it that Elin is getting much praise for her actions?
chris brown took to twitter saying this: @MechanicalDummy: the world is so onesided... case closed? just like that.
Elin ABUSED Tiger but people aren't running to every online social networking site, gossip blog, etc. to criticize her actions... instead people are saying
- succeeded at the biggest come up of the decade; reworkin their pre-nup agreement so that Elin had to stay with Tiger for 2 years (which she’s already done) to get $300 million rather than the original 10 year/$20 million agreement
- On a scale of 1 to chris brown I'm Elin Woods mad
- Elin has just released her own line of golf clubs.... the only clubs you can beat tiger with
i agree 100% with chris.
yes, i am aware that Tiger cheated and she acted out of vengeance but does that excuse it?
in my opinion, no. abuse is abuse and no one has the right to put there hands on another person in attempts to do harm, be they man or woman. why does this double standard still exist?