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Did the Florida Department of Children and Families pay a visit to Casa Woods this weekend?

The agency is refusing to confirm its agents, accompanied by a local sheriff's deputy, made a drop-in Saturday on the home shared by Woods, wife Elin Nordegren and their two young children, as was reported by RadarOnline.

"Florida law requires that all concerns reported to the Florida Department of Children and Families regarding the safety of a child or a vulnerable adult are confidential," FDCF spokeswoman Carrie Hoeppner tells E! News.

"The department fully explores reported abuse concerns and may respond through a well-being check or a protective investigation. The goal, always, is to ensure that children and vulnerable adults are safe, that their caregivers are providing appropriate care and that they are living in a healthy environment."

The Orange County Sheriff's Office, meanwhile, did not immediately respond to multiple calls seeking comment, nor did Team Tiger. However, a sheriff's spokesman did tell Us Weekly that his office has been in contact with the FDCF.

A former state prosecutor with experience in such matters tells E! News that it is common for child services to meet with a family whenever domestic violence is alleged—even when charges are not filed as is the case with Woods and Nordegren.


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