tiger woodsHis ex-girlfriend Erika Herrmann is reportedly dropping a $30 million lawsuit against the PGA Tour star’s legacy.
The 39-year-old has filed a lawsuit pending the outcome of a judge’s recent appeal that ordered the dismissal of another lawsuit filed against the golf icon seeking to void a non-disclosure agreement relating to a sexual harassment lawsuit. reportedly rejected. According to documents obtained by the New York Post.
Herman filed a $30 million lawsuit last October against the Jupiter Island Irrevocable Homestead Trust, the legal owner of Woods’ Hove Bay mansion. floridawhere they lived together.
She was allowed to live on the land for 11 years in a verbal agreement with the Jupiter Island Irrevocable Homestead Trust, the trust of Woods, the legal owner of the Hove Bay mansion where the two lived together. claimed.
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A hearing was scheduled for August, but court documents filed on June 29 said the hearing was canceled because Herrmann dismissed the lawsuit.
“Plaintiff Erica Herman, through her undersigned attorneys, dismisses without prejudice the complaint filed on October 26, 2022, pending resolution of her appeal in Herman v. Woods,” the filing said, according to the Post. is written. and determining whether her claim is subject to arbitration.
The dismissal comes days after Herrmann filed a second appeal against a Florida judge’s decision to dismiss another lawsuit seeking to terminate the 2017 NDA for the sexual harassment lawsuit.
Her lawsuit against the 15-time major winner was dismissed twice by a Florida judge, first in May and then in June.
Herman’s $30 million rental lawsuit, filed in October, should have allowed Herman to live in the house for five more years, but after the breakup, Woods used a “ruse” to kill Herman. said he suffered “severe” psychological damage.
The complaint states that she provided “valuable services” at Woods’ request as part of an “oral lease” that gave her the right to live in the property for a “fixed period of time.” still claims to have rights. She has the right to live in the property for another 5 years.
Herman claimed that former world No. 1 Woods persuaded her to take a short vacation, and when she arrived at the airport, his agent told her she was locked out.
Herman also alleges that Woods’ agent took $40,000 of Woods’ money and made “frivolous and defamatory claims” about how she got the money.
Herman was spotted regularly attending events such as the Ryder Cup with Woods.
Herman, 39, dated Woods, 47, for five years before they split on October 13, 2022.
Woods’ attorneys disputed those allegations last week, stating that Woods’ allegations were: Never negotiated a written or verbal lease agreement With her, she lived on the property as a “guest” of the golfing icon.
Woods also alleged that he arranged for Herman to stay at a luxury local resort and gave Herman money to cover the costs of applying for a new home after their breakup in October.
Woods and Herrmann dated for six years after being first spotted at the Presidents Cup in New Jersey in October 2017.
She was working as the general manager of the pop-up restaurant at the Genesis Open at the Riviera Country Club in Los Angeles, California, where Woods returned to competitive golf for the first time since the Open last July. her boyfriend.
Woods’ attorneys previously stated that Woods split on October 13, 2022, and that Herrmann “complied with the split by filing this lawsuit.”
They added that her alleged desire to live on the property “directly runs counter to” the interests of Woods and his children, who live in the house with a professional golfer.
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