Tiger Woods is currently facing a pretty significant lawsuit from his ex-girlfriend Erica Herman. As we previously reported, this lawsuit is worth $30 million. Overall, it all stems from an ugly breakup in which Woods allegedly kicked Herman out of his home. Moreover, he reportedly told her he had planned a vacation for her. However, once she was driven to the airport, Woods' people allegedly told her to not come back to the house. Additionally, there have been some pretty significant implied accusations.
For instance, before filing the lawsuit, Herman was looking to have her NDA nullified. This was being done under the Speak Out Act which makes all NDAs unenforceable in instances of abuse or sexual harassment. With the Speak Out Act being mentioned, there were all kinds of rumors floating around. Now, according to TMZ, Herman is very clearly accusing Woods of sexual harassment.
Tiger Woods Currently At The Center Of A Lawsuit
As she explained in new court documents, Tiger Woods gave her a job in 2014. Subsequently, they got into a relationship, and in 2017, he made her sign the NDA. Herman alleges that her job was threatened which constitutes as 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 sexual relationship with a co-tenant," Herman's attorneys explained. "That conduct amounts to sexual harassment under federal and Florida fair housing laws."
Previously, Tiger Woods denied any wrongdoing in this case. He and his lawyers have also characterized Herman as an angry ex who just wants to get back at him. However, Herman has stood her ground and maintains that Woods has treated her poorly. This is a developing story, so stay tuned to HNHH for all of the latest news and updates.