Tiger Woods Being Sued by Ex-Girlfriend Erica Herman – Lawsuit HERE
Golf legend Tiger Woods is being sued by ex-girlfriend Erica Herman, according to lawsuit field in the 19th Judicial Circuit Court in Martin County, Florida.
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The two broke up in October of 2022 after being together for six years, according to the lawsuit.
According to the lawsuit Herman is alleging that she was convinced “to pack a suitcase for a short vacation and, when she arrived at the airport, they (Tiger Woods or his reps) told her she had been locked out of her residence.”
Herman goes on to allege that Woods’ reps removed her belongings from the house and stole $40,000 in cash while making “defamatory allegations about how she obtained the money.”
She is seeking $30 million in actual and consequential damages.
In November of 2022, Woods filed a motion to dismiss the complaint, which has not yet been heard, then filed a motion to “stay” proceedings on December 20, and that has not yet been heard.
The motion filed by Woods states, “After Mr. Woods recently terminated the relationship, Ms. Herman was advised that she was no longer welcome in the Residence. Ms. Herman responded to the breakup by filing the lawsuit.”
There has been much talk about an NDA (non discloser agreement) that Herman signed in 2017, reportedly.
According to the lawsuit, the “agreement requires that any and all disputes between Ms. Herman and Mr. Woods are to be resolved by confidential arbitration before the AAA.”
Lawsuit notes and explanation courtesy of LumberLaw on Twitter.