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Tiger Woods’ ex-girlfriend Erica Herman drops $30 million lawsuit against him

Tiger Woods’ ex-girlfriend Erica Herman drops $30 million lawsuit against him

The pro golfer has been in a dispute over his Florida home with Herman

Tiger Woods is no longer teeing off against ex-girlfriend Erica Herman.

The pro golfer, 47, was being sued for $30 million (£23m) in damages after he allegedly ousted his ex-partner, 39, from his Florida home.

However, according to a report, Herman has now dropped the lawsuit.

Erica Herman claims she was 'tricked' out of a luxury home by Tiger Woods.
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The couple originally met while Herman was working at Woods' Jupiter Island restaurant in 2017.

Shortly after, they began dating and she signed a NDA.

It’s unclear when the pair split, but Herman filed the lawsuit against Wood in 2022, stating that he broke the Landlord Tenant Act when he allegedly tricked her into leaving his Florida mansion.

Herman claimed that she and Woods had an ‘oral tenancy agreement’, meaning that she had a right to live at the luxurious home and could remain there for another five years despite the split.

In retaliation, Woods denied this and claimed that Herman was a ‘jilted ex-girlfriend’ in court documents.

They had been set to have a hearing in late August, but a court document filed on 29 June obtained by The New York Post announced that the suit had been dismissed by Herman.

One filling read: “The Plaintiff, ERICA HERMAN, by and through her undersigned counsel, hereby dismisses without prejudice her Complaint, filed on October 26, 2022, pending resolution of the appeal in Herman v. Woods… and determination of whether her claims are subject to arbitration.”

While the golfer will no longer be facing this suit, he’s not out of the woods yet.

Herman is still pursuing a lawsuit over her 2017 NDA.
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In fact, Woods' former girlfriend is still pursuing a suit relating to the 2017 NDA and appealing a judge's ruling.

Herman claims that his pursuit of her while still an employee constituted sexual harassment, meaning that she would no longer have to adhere to the rules of the agreement.

Prior to their relationship, she’d worked at The Woods restaurant from 2014 and began a relationship with the pro golfer in 2017.

Before she dropped her tenancy dispute, Herman tried to appeal a judge’s decision to throw out her NDA lawsuit.

It is the second time she’s made the appeal, with a Florida judge previously stating that her claims were ‘vague and threadbare’.

UNILAD has reached out representatives for Tiger Woods for comment.

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