Tiger Woods’ Ex Girlfriend Erica Herman Sues to Cancel NDA With Golf Superstar
- Erica Herman filed a lawsuit against her ex-boyfriend, Tiger Woods
- She asked a Florida judge to cancel a non-disclosure agreement she had signed with Woods
- Her Lawyers argued that the agreement was invalid and unenforceable due to the Speak Out Act
Here we go again.
Tiger Woods is embroiled in another controversy after his ex-girlfriend Erica Herman filed a lawsuit against him.
She asked a judge in Florida to cancel a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) that she had signed with the golf superstar.
Herman challenges NDA in Florida
Herman's camp challenged the NDA in a lawsuit filed in Martin County in Florida on Monday.
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Her lawyers argued that the Speak Out Act makes the NDA unenforceable and invalid.
According to Sports Illustrated, the new law limits the enforceability of NDAs in sexual assault or harassment cases.
How did the couple meet?
The former couple has not formally announced their breakup. The two have not been seen together in public since they attended the US Open tennis tournament last August in New York.
Herman had previously worked at The Woods Jupiter, a Florida restaurant owned by the five time Masters champion.
Suit says Woods tricked Herman
A separate lawsuit Herman filed last October against a homestead trust held by Woods alleges that she was tricked into leaving their home to lock her out.
According to the court documents seen by the BBC, Herman was convinced by agents of Woods to pack a suitcase for a short vacation. When Herman arrived at the airport, they told her she had been locked out of her residence.
The legal action added that Herman's personal possessions were subsequently removed from the Hobe Sound, Florida home.
LIV Golf mocks PGA Tour
Sports Brief recently reported on LIV Golf mocking the revamps of the PGA Tour.
Among the imminent changes the PGA Tour will implement in the coming years are limited fields and a no-cuts policy.
LIV Golf trolled the PGA Tour on Twitter for the sweeping changes they are planning, writing that "imitation is the best form of flattery."
Source: Sports Brief News