Earlier this year, Tiger Woods' former girlfriend, Erica Herman, dropped her $30 million lawsuit against him. The lawsuit accused Woods of "sexual harassment" related to a non-disclosure agreement she signed while working at his restaurant.
According to the lawsuit, Woods allegedly deceived Herman and forced her out of his Florida mansion, leading her to seek damages equivalent to the cost of renting the property for six years.
However, in May, Circuit Judge Elizabeth Metzger ruled that Herman must abide by the NDA she signed in 2017 and found her sexual harassment claims to be weak.
Recently, Erica Herman decided to withdraw the lawsuit, though it was stated in the filing that it is without prejudice, leaving room for the possibility of refiling after the appeal in the case of Herman v. Woods.
The legal dispute between Tiger Woods and his ex-girlfriend raises doubts about the validity of the allegations and adds complexity to their past relationship.
As the lawsuit concludes, the public remains uncertain about the true nature of their relationship and the circumstances surrounding the legal battle.