Tiger Woods may be finding himself in the midst of yet another major scandal, but this time, it will be more than him just cheating with a bunch of other women.
Woods’ girlfriend Erica Herman filed a lawsuit this week against the golfer asking a court to remove her non-disclosure agreement, citing a law that allows NDAs to be nullified in cases of sexual assault.
According to the complaint, the 38-year-old Herman wants to legally nullify an NDA she signed in August 2017, when she and Woods began dating. Herman claims that the NDA should be voided, citing the Speak Out Act, which protects victims of sexual assault or harassment.
TMZ has since dropped more information. The couple not only broke up last fall, but she is suing him for $30 million. She also claimed he thought of a scheme to toss her out of their home, and it included a fake vacation.
“The then-couple had been living together in his Hobe Sound, FL home for 6 years, during which time Erica says she performed “valuable services” for Tiger in exchange for living there rent-free.
She admits she doesn’t have that in writing, but refers to an “oral tenancy agreement,” which was supposed to last 5 more years after their split.
About that break-up … Erica claims Tiger’s people convinced her to pack a suitcase last fall for a “short vacation” — without Tiger — and drove her to the airport. Once they arrived at the airport, she was told she’d been “locked out” of the house and could not go back.
The documents further allege that Tiger’s lawyers met her at the airport with a proposal to resolve any outstanding issues between Tiger and her. She also added that they confiscated more than $40K in cash she had at the house, and accused her of doing something shady to get the money.
She is suing his trust because she claims that’s the “reasonable rental value” of Tiger’s house for the 5 remaining years on their oral agreement.
Herman, a former restaurant manager, was first romantically linked to Woods when she was pictured alongside him at the Presidents Cup in new Jersey in September 2017.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.