UPDATE (July 18, 2023–10 pm ET): After claiming her owed her $30 million, Tiger Woods’ ex Erica Herman has dropped her large lawsuit towards his property. Based on courtroom paperwork obtained by The NY Post for a July 18, 2023 report, Erica has dismissed the beforehand pending case. Nevertheless, her transfer to dismiss the 2017 non-disclosure settlement with Tiger is reportedly nonetheless pending.
ORIGINAL STORY: It appears issues have fully run their course between Tiger Woods and his girlfriend of 5 years, Erica Herman. Per PEOPLE, new paperwork have surfaced wherein the 38-year-old former restaurant supervisor claimed in a lawsuit that he owes her $30 million for locking her out of his house throughout an obvious October 2022 breakup. Within the submitting, (obtained by the outlet March 8 amid information Erica is seeking to nullify their non-disclosure settlement,) a defendant firm reacted to Erica’s lawsuit.
“Ms. Herman responded to the breakup by submitting this lawsuit,” the response doc, filed by attorneys for Jupiter Island Irrevocable Homestead Belief learn. “Herman claims she’s owed $30 million after the oral settlement was breached when the belief’s workers ‘locked her out of the Residence, eliminated her private belongings, and knowledgeable her she couldn’t return.’ Herman additionally stated that she had greater than $40,000 in money that was ‘misappropriated.’” The attorneys are reportedly arguing that she was solely allowed to reside there during their relationship. Tiger’s two teenage children with ex-wife Elin Nordegren additionally reside there.
The corporate was asking for the matter to be heard by an arbitrator, after Erica claimed she had an oral settlement by means of the belief that gave her permission to reside at Tiger’s house for 5 extra years. She’s suing for damages, together with legal professional’s charges, below the Florida Residential Landlord Tenant Act.
The extra bombshell information got here after Erica reportedly filed paperwork searching for to nullify a non-disclosure settlement with Tiger, citing a pair of federal legal guidelines that enable for NDA’s to be cancelled in instances of sexual harassment or assault, per Page Six. That report additionally emerged on Wednesday.
The legal guidelines — the Converse Out Act and Ending Compelled Arbitration of Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment Act of 2021 — are pretty new, so Erica reportedly hopes to make clear questions as as to whether or not his NDA continues to be “legitimate or enforceable.” The information appeared to level to a risky cut up between the yearslong couple. Tiger and Erica, who beforehand managed one of many golf nice’s eating places, had been dating since 2017.