Tiger Woods' Courtroom Battle Towards Ex Erica Herman Takes Flip In His Favor

In a brand new replace, TMZ studies {that a} Florida choose dominated that Tiger Woods and Erica Herman should settle their authorized case in arbitration as an alternative of courtroom. With this new ruling, the courtroom is upholding the present arbitration clause within the NDA that states any authorized dispute between the 2 events be settled behind closed doorways. This, after all, is a far cry from Herman’s March request, the place she requested for the NDA to be nullified and argued for the case to go to courtroom. Woods, however, who has persistently denied any wrongdoing, hoped to undergo a non-public arbitrator. 

Elizabeth A. Metzger, the choose in command of the case, additionally touched on Herman’s sexual harassment allegations, describing it as “obscure” and “implausibly pled.” Based on ESPN, Metzger additionally wrote in her ruling: “Herman has had the chance [to] present factual specificity for any declare referring to sexual assault or sexual harassment, nevertheless, she has not performed so.”

Although Woods’ authorized battle with Herman has continued to make headlines, she just isn’t the primary lady to signal an NDA with the athlete. Based on The New York Occasions, former nightclub supervisor Rachel Uchitel has since revealed that she additionally signed a non-disclosure settlement after her affair with the professional golfer ended again in 2009.