Tiger Woods is cold-blooded.
Woods didn’t think his girlfriend at the time, Erica Herman, would leave his mansion willingly after their breakup, so he had to get creative.
The court papers state that those working on behalf of Woods’ trust convinced Herman to “pack a suitcase for a short vacation and, when she arrived at the airport, they told her she had been locked out of her residence, in violation of the oral tenancy agreement and in violation of Florida law.”
Herman alleges that Woods paid for a “hotel room and certain expenses for a short period of time” — and “frightened her away from returning” to the property.
Those working for Woods subsequently removed her personal belongings and took $40,000 in cash that belonged to her before making “scurrilous and defamatory allegations about how she obtained the money,” the court documents allege.
In the landlord filing, Herman claimed the couple had an “oral agreement” that ensured she could live at the mansion for a total of 11 years — and she still had five years remaining when the golf star called it quits on their relationship.
Based on the time left on her five-year tenancy, Herman argued in court papers that she was entitled to compensation of roughly $30 million.
That is insane. She wants $30 million.
Herman is also trying to break their NDA so she can talk about Woods to the media.
Tiger Woods’ longtime girlfriend is asking a judge to remove her from a nondisclosure agreement that she claims the 15-time major champion forced her to sign when their relationship started in August 2017, according to court records obtained by ESPN.
According to a civil complaint filed Monday in the Circuit Court of the 19th Judicial Circuit in Martin County, Florida, Erica Herman believes that the NDA is “invalid and unenforceable” and that a trust controlled by Woods is wrongfully using it against her.
Herman’s attorney is citing a federal law, the Speak Out Act, that prevents the enforcement of nondisclosure agreements in instances of sexual assault and harassment. In a civil cover sheet to the court, Herman’s attorney, Benjamin Hodas, indicated the case involved allegations of sexual abuse, although those allegations might not involve Woods directly.
Herman didn’t make any specific allegations against Woods.
Tiger needs to get back with the sisters.
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