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>> Golf legend, Tiger Woods had five drugs ranging from painkillers to sleeping pills in his system when he was arrested for DUY last May according to ESPN. A toxicology report revealed Woods used painkillers, hydrocordone and hydromorphone along with the sleep and mood drug Xanax, another sleep drug, Ambien, and THC, the active ingredient in marijuana, according to an ESPN report.
It's unclear if Woods had prescriptions for those drugs. Police found the former golf champion stopped on the side of a road in Palm Beach, Florida, saying Woods was disoriented, with extremely slow, slurred speech. After his arrest, Woods apologized to his fans, blaming the incident on medication he was taking to management insomnia and pain for back surgery.
In July, Woods said he had completely rehab for the treatment of prescriptions drugs.