Erica Herman, the former girlfriend of renowned golfer Tiger Woods, has filed a lawsuit against him for $30 million. She also asserted that she should still be residing in his house despite the end of their six-year relationship. According to Erica, she provided “valuable services” to Tiger during their time together. These services, she insisted, negate the need for her to pay rent.
Although they had only an oral agreement regarding their living arrangements, she maintains that they had agreed to live together for five more years following their split in the autumn of last year.
Erica further claims that Tiger’s staff urged her to leave for a “short vacation” without him. Thereafter, they locked her out of the house upon her return. One of Tiger’s lawyers then purportedly met Erica at the airport with a proposal to resolve their issues.
In addition to this, she asserts that over $40,000 in cash was confiscated from the property. She also cclaims that Tiger accused her of engaging in shady practices to obtain it.
Tiger’s trust has denied that any oral agreement existed and stated that Erica was staying at the property as his girlfriend, which necessitated her departure following the conclusion of their relationship. The lawsuit was filed shortly after Erica requested that a non-disclosure agreement she signed in August 2017 be invalidated under the Speak Out Act, which is designed to safeguard those who have been subjected to harassment or sexual abuse.
Erica and Tiger Woods’ relationship, according to legal documents, was both professional and personal and lasted a long time.