Steinberg's license revoked after DWI arrest
- By Ryan Ballengee
- Jun 5, 2012 3:13 PM ET
Tiger Woods' longtime agent Mark Steinberg had his license revoked in an arraignment Monday for a drunken driving arrest on June 2.
The 44-year-old was arraigned on charges of aggravated driving while intoxicated and DWI in Ardsley Village Justice Court in Ardsley, N.Y., according to Bloomberg News Service. He is due to appear back in court on Jan. 25.
Steinberg was one of 11 people arrested at a sobriety checkpoint off the New York State Thruway. His blood-alcohol level of .18 was more than twice the state legal limit of .08. He told Bloomberg that a "medical issue" was related to the arrest.
Woods has been represented by Steinberg since 1999. The duo were together at IMG but left in July 2011 to join Excel Sports Management. Steinberg also represents Woods' nice, Cheyenne Woods, Players Championship winner Matt Kuchar, Gary Woodland and Danielle Kang.
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