Jupiter Island golfer Tiger Woods complained to police about the presence of paparazzi snapping away as he and galpal Lindsey Vonn dropped off his two kids at the Benjamin School the other day in North Palm Beach — leading to a few uncomfortable minutes involving police officers as other parents and their children watched!
It’s another Gossip Extra exclusive: Photographers have been fanned out all over the north side of Palm Beach County as Woods appears to spend an increasing amount of time with GF Vonn, and the two children that Woods had with ex-wife Elin Nordegren.
Woods, Vonn and the little ones have been photographed jet-skiing in the Intracoastal, at daughter Sam‘s baseball games and at Benjamin, where Sam and brother Charlie go alongside the children of other celebrities like Celine Dion.
According to a spywitness, things go pretty heated up May 22 as Woods and Vonn were walking away from the school.
“There was some argument with Tiger,” the source said. “He was pretty mad. It got pretty ugly until cops showed up.”
North Palm Beach Police Chief Richard Jenkins confirmed there was some type of an incident, but it didn’t rise to the level of an arrest, official complaint or even police report.
“We were told about three suspicious individuals on campus,” Jenkins said. “Two left on their own and a third was warned by officers that he was trespassing.”
An officer with a squad car, meanwhile, has been parked at Benjamin while class is in session for several months.
That, said Jenkins, isn’t because of the celebrities on campus.
“There has been a uniformed off-duty officer paid for by the school since the school shooting (at Sandy Hook),” Jenkins said.