A judge in Florida expressed scepticism about claims Tiger Woods’ ex-girlfriend Erica Herman is making in seeking to nullify a nondisclosure agreement that stipulates their legal disputes be adjudicated by a private arbitrator.
In March, Herman sued Woods, seeking to invalidate the NDA that she signed in August of 2017 at the beginning of their relationship, on grounds that the Speak Out Act enabled the agreements to be voided in the case of sexual assault or abuse.
Herman had filed a $45 million AUD suit against Woods’ trust last October for alleged sexual harassment.
She has since claimed that Woods imposed the NDA on her while she was working at his restaurant in Jupiter, Florida.
Last week, she filed court documents claiming she feared winding up “heartbroken and jobless” if she agreed to the NDA and the relationship with Woods fell through, before ultimately signing the…