Tiger Woods with the W.
Earlier this year, Erica Herman, Tiger Woods’ former girlfriend, filed a $30 million lawsuit against the legendary golfer.
Herman claimed that Woods had sexually harassed her by requesting her to sign a non-disclosure agreement while she worked at his restaurant in Palm Beach.
She sought millions in damages, alleging that Woods had deceived her and prevented her from living in his Florida mansion.
The $30 million amount was calculated based on the estimated cost of renting a similar property for the six years she claimed she was denied residence.
In May, Circuit Judge Elizabeth Metzger ruled that Herman must continue to honor the non-disclosure agreement she had signed in 2017.
Additionally, Metzger found that Herman’s allegations of sexual harassment lacked specific details and evidence.
Consequently, Herman has decided to drop the lawsuit, as stated in the recent filing:
“The Plaintiff, ERICA HERMAN, through her counsel, hereby dismisses her Complaint filed on October 26, 2022, without prejudice pending resolution of the appeal in Herman v. Woods,” according to the New York Post.
— New York Post (@nypost) July 19, 2023
Woods’ attorney had previously dismissed all of Herman’s accusations as completely groundless.