One of the amusing details of Tiger Woods‘ car accident on Thanksgiving night was he was shoeless when he plowed his Escalade into a tree.
Okay, it was amusing to most of us, but probably not Jayson Williams. Like Woods, Williams is also facing a financial hit for plowing his own SUV into a tree. His shoes, as far as I know, had nothing to do with the accident. But Tiger Woods shoes could (somehow) cause even more financial damage to the Williams (estranged) family.
The NEW YORK POST reports:
The former NBA star’s South Carolina estate was recently robbed of more $150,000 in sports memorabilia, electronics and jewelry. Among the stolen items were a pair of Tiger Woods’ shoes autographed by the sullied billionaire golfer, shorts signed by basketball legend Wilt Chamberlain, and a handwritten lyric sheet by rapper Tupac Shakur.
Tiger’s shoes, Wilt’s shorts and a Tupac rap sheet? What, no signed and numbered Rae Carruth’s orange jumpsuit?
The memorabilia - for all intents and purposes - is owned by Williams’ ex-wife Tanya, who lives in the waterfront estate.
I guess it could be worse for poor Tanya, her mansion could’ve lost almost half its value in less than two years.