Tiger Woods ex-girlfriend Erica Herman drops $30 million lawsuit over his Florida mansion

Tiger Woods’ ex-girlfriend Erica Herman is dropping her lawsuit against the PGA Tour star’s estate for $30 million, according to a report.

The 39-year-old has dropped the case pending the outcome of her latest appeal against a judge’s order to invalidate a separate lawsuit she filed against the golf icon, who sought to overturn a non-disclosure agreement on a sexual harassment claim , to be declared null and void. on documents obtained by the New York Post.

Herman filed a $30 million lawsuit last October against the Jupiter Island Irrevocable Homestead Trust, the legal owner of Woods’ mansion in Hobe Sound, Florida, where the two lived together.

She claimed that he cheated on her Florida mansion where they lived together for six years after their October breakup.

She claimed she had a verbal agreement with Woods’ trust – the Jupiter Island Irrevocable Homestead Trust – who is the legal owner of his mansion in Hobe Sound where the two lived together, allowing her to live in the property for 11 years.

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A hearing was scheduled for August, but the court document, filed June 29, announced it had been canceled because Herman had dismissed the lawsuit.

“The plaintiff, ERICA HERMAN, by and through her undersigned counsel, hereby dismisses without prejudice her complaint, filed October 26, 2022, pending resolution of the appeal in Herman v. Woods,” the filing said, according to The Post, “ and determining whether its claims are subject to arbitration.”

The notice of dismissal comes just days after Herman appealed a second time against a Florida judge’s decision to drop her separate lawsuit to overturn the 2017 nondisclosure agreement alleging sexual harassment.

Her case against the 15-time Major winner was dismissed twice by a Florida state judge — first in May and then in June.

In Herman’s $30 million rent suit, filed in October, she said she could have lived in the house for another five years, but Woods used “cheating” after she broke up with her, causing “serious” emotional damage.

The complaint states that she provided “valuable services” at Woods’ request as part of the “verbal lease agreement,” which entitled her to live in the property for a “specified length of time,” and claims she continues to a right to live in the property for another five years.

Herman claimed that former world No. 1 Woods persuaded her to go on a short vacation and when she arrived at the airport his representatives told her she had been locked out.

Herman also claimed that Woods’ representatives took $40,000 of her money and made “villainous and slanderous allegations” about how she got the money.

Woods and Herman pictured at the 2019 Presidents Cup Gala

Herman and Woods pictured at the 2018 Ryder Cup gala dinner in Paris

Herman was regularly seen at events such as the Ryder Cup with Woods

Herman, 39, dated Woods, 47, for five years before breaking it off on October 13, 2022

Herman, 39, dated Woods, 47, for five years before breaking it off on October 13, 2022

Woods’ lawyers disputed those claims last week, saying he never negotiated a written or oral lease with her and that she lived at the property as a “guest” of the golf icon.

They also alleged that Woods arranged for Herman to stay at a local luxury resort and gave her money to sign up for a new home following their October breakup.

Woods and Herman were together for six years after they were first spotted at the Presidents Cup in New Jersey in October 2017.

She had been working as a general manager at the restaurant – a pop-up at the Genesis Open at The Riviera Country Club in Los Angeles, California, where Woods recently returned to for the first time since the British Open last July for the first time since the British Open. competitive golf – owned by her boyfriend.

Woods’ lawyers previously stated that he broke things up on October 13, 2022, and that Herman “responded to the breakup by filing this lawsuit.”

They added that her claim that she wants to live in the property “directly conflicts with the best interests of Woods and his children, who live in the home with the professional golfer.”