Woods said later in an official statement to reporters that he had had an “unexpected reaction” to the drugs.
When the police report first was made public, in two passages in which officers asked if Woods had taken any medication, his answer was blacked out. But a newly released version, which does not feature the redactions, reveals in both cases he said, “Xanax.”
The drug — also known as Alprazolam — treats anxiety, insomnia, and seizures, according to the Food and Drug Administration.
Woods’ Breathalyzer results came back as 0.000. His urine sample results have not been revealed.
Neither Woods’ publicist Glenn Greenspan, nor his attorney on the DUI case, Douglas Duncan, immediately responded to requests for comment.
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