Tiger Woods is out of the woods.
Tiger Woods is no longer facing sexual assault allegations from his ex-girlfriend, Erica Herman. According to court documents obtained by PEOPLE, Herman has dropped her appeal to nullify a Non-Disclosure Agreement signed in 2017 at the beginning of their relationship.
“No one has signed any paperwork,” a friend of Woods told PEOPLE in 2018 about the couple. “It’s not like they’re pledging their lives to each other. But she’s really nice and Tiger likes her.”
“Tiger doesn’t like to be alone,” the friend added. “But he doesn’t like to settle. Not anymore. So when he’s with someone, he really needs to be into her.”
A judge had previously ruled against releasing Herman from the NDA, leading to her initial appeal. However, she has now stated that she never accused Woods of sexual assault.
Herman’s new filing on Friday, she stated that she “was never a victim of sexual harassment or sexual abuse at the hands of Tiger Woods or any of his agents and it is her position that she never asserted a claim for such.”
Herman’s lawsuit, initially filed in December, sought $30 million, claiming Woods ousted her from his house before their agreed-upon five-year living arrangement ended. The recent dismissal marks the end of this legal chapter for Woods.
Tiger has not been linked to anyone since, but was seen in Mexico with a potential partner.