Tiger Woods is currently facing a massive $30 million lawsuit from his ex-girlfriend, Erica Herman. The lawsuit was filed after an ugly breakup in which Woods allegedly kicked Herman out of his home and cancelled her planned vacation.
Herman was reportedly seeking to nullify her non-disclosure agreement (NDA) before filing the lawsuit under the Speak Out Act, which makes all NDAs unenforceable in instances of abuse or sexual harassment. This has led to rumors and speculation about what may have occurred during their relationship. Now, according to TMZ, Herman is accusing Woods of sexual harassment.
In new court documents, Herman claims that Woods gave her a job in 2014, and they subsequently entered into a relationship. In 2017, he made her sign an NDA. Herman alleges that her job was threatened, which she claims constitutes sexual harassment. Moreover, she is applying that same logic to the fact that she was kicked out of Woods’ home after breaking up.
“The landlord made the availability of her housing conditional on her having a sexual relationship with a co-tenant,” Herman’s attorneys stated. “That conduct amounts to sexual harassment under federal and Florida fair housing laws.”
Tiger Woods has denied any wrongdoing in this case, characterizing Herman as an angry ex who just wants to get back at him. However, Herman has maintained that Woods treated her poorly. The lawsuit is ongoing, and more information may come to light as the case progresses.
This is not the first time that Woods has faced accusations of infidelity and poor treatment of women. In 2009, a series of scandals led to the unraveling of his personal and professional life. Woods was subsequently divorced from his wife, lost several sponsors, and took a break from golf. He has since made a successful comeback, but his personal life continues to be scrutinized.
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