Tiger Woods’ ex-girlfriend, Erica Herman, has dismissed her infamous $30 million lawsuit against Tiger for kicking her out of his mansion after their breakup in October last year.
Herman continued to stay at Tiger’s Florida mansion for months after their breakup. In October last year, Tiger convinced her to go on vacation, and when she got to the airport, his assistants broke the news to her that she had been permanently locked out of the house. Erica took her emotions to her lawyer and filed a lawsuit, hoping to get $30 million from the golf player. But it seems she realized she was wasting her time looking at how she got the case dropped on June 29.
While Erica Herman has canceled one lawsuit against Tiger, she is still pursuing another case against the 47-year-old golfer. Erica, 37, is currently filing a second appeal to lift the 2017 NDA on a supposed sexual harassment incident, all in an attempt to suck Tiger of his cash even more.
Details via the Daily Mail;
Tiger Woods’s ex-girlfriend Erica Herman is dropping her lawsuit against the PGA Tour star’s estate seeking $30 million, according to a report.
The 39-year-old has dismissed the case she filed last October against the Jupiter Island Irrevocable Homestead Trust, which is the legal owner of Woods’s mansion in Hobe Sound, Florida, where the two lived together, according to documents obtained by the New York Post.
She alleged that he tricked her into leaving the Florida mansion where they had lived together for six years following their breakup in October.
The dismissal of the case comes while the result of her latest appeal of a judge’s order to throw out a separate lawsuit she filed against the golfing icon, which sought to invalidate a non-disclosure agreement on a sexual harassment claim, is still pending.
Herman claimed that she had an oral agreement with Woods’s trust – the Jupiter Island Irrevocable Homestead Trust – which is the legal owner of his mansion in Hobe Sound where the two lived together, that allowed her to live at the property for 11 years.
A hearing was scheduled for August, but the court document, filed on June 29, announced that it had been canceled as Herman had dismissed the lawsuit.
‘The Plaintiff, ERICA HERMAN, by and through her undersigned counsel, hereby dismisses without prejudice her Complaint, filed on October 26, 2022, pending resolution of the appeal in Herman v. Woods,’ the filing read, according to The Post, ‘and determination of whether her claims are subject to arbitration.’
The notice of dismissal comes just days after Herman filed her second appeal of a Florida judge’s decision to throw out her separate lawsuit seeking to lift 2017 NDA on a sexual harassment claim.
Her case against the 15-time Major winner was rejected by a Florida state judge twice – first in May, then in June.
In Herman’s $30m tenancy lawsuit, filed in October, she said she should have been allowed to live in the home for another five years but Woods used ‘trickery’ after breaking up with her, leaving her suffering ‘severe’ emotional damages.
Woods’s lawyers previously stated that he broke things off on October 13, 2022 and that Herman ‘responded to the breakup by filing this lawsuit.’
Women gold diggers should learn to boldly walk on to the next rich partner and stop humiliating themselves with these fruitless acts. All these unnecessary lawsuits may scare your potential rich suitors away, make you starve, and make you a more bitter human being. Be bold and move on to the next target!