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Tiger Woods’ ex-wife is dropping $30 million lawsuit

Tiger Woods’ ex-wife is dropping $30 million lawsuit

Ex-girlfriend Erica Hermann is no longer stalking Tiger Woods.

The New Post learned Tuesday that the woman withdrew her lawsuit, in which she sought $30 million in damages related to a trust over the athlete’s stay. She was allegedly granted a verbal lease to stay at the Woods residence for another five years. She said she was banned from the house and it was a breach of the agreement.

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Hermann claimed that she and Woods lived at his home in Hope Sound for six years while they were dating. She also indicated that she had provided “precious services” to her ex-lover in exchange for a house without rent.

At the time of the separation, in the fall of 2022, Herrmann said Woods hatched a scheme to evict her from his home, including promising her a spontaneous vacation. She said the golfer’s staff convinced her to pack up for a vacation without Woods and that she would have been taken back to the airport. It was there that she was told she could no longer set foot in the dorm.

For his part, Woods has always denied that he ever had a deal with Herrmann.

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