Tiger Woods Had Vicodin, Dilaudid, Ambien And More In System During DUI Arrest

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Tiger Woods had Vicodin, Dilaudid, Xanax, Ambien and THC in his system when arrested on suspicion of DUI on May 29, according to a toxicology report obtained by ESPN.

ESPN said the report was released by the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office. When contacted by Deadspin, a representative for the sheriff’s office said they had not made the report public and believed it had been released at some point during the discovery process for Woods’s court case. The golfer pleaded guilty to reckless driving last Wednesday.


It is not clear how much of each drug was present in Woods’s system. Video of the arrest showed Woods stumbling and slurring his words after police found him asleep in his car, which had been parked in a bike lane with its turn signal flashing and brake lights on. He struggled to recite the alphabet and told officers that he was headed to L.A., even though he was in Florida.

Woods said he had an “unexpected reaction” to prescription medication. It is not known if he had prescriptions for all of the drugs in his system at the time of the arrest, as noted by ESPN. (Medical marijuana is legal in Florida.) He had his fourth back surgery in three years in April, and began rehab for prescription drug addiction in June. He announced that he had completed the program in early July.