According to TMZSports, Tiger Woods and his girlfriend, Erica Herman are being sued for allegedly over-serving a staffer who later died in a car crash.
The family of Nicholas Immesberger filed the suit in Palm Beach County, saying the couple were each responsible for the 24-year-old’s death.
According to reports, Immesberger worked at The Woods, the golfer’s restaurant in Jupiter, Florida, where Herman was employed as a general manager and based on family accounts, recruited Immesberger to work at the restaurant.
According to the lawsuit, Immesberger was served alcohol after his shift to the point of “severe intoxication” on Dec. 10, 2018. He died later that night in a car crash, with a blood alcohol content of .256.
Woods and Herman reportedly knew the bartender personally and, according to the family, knew he had a problem with alcohol.
Although there doesn’t appear to be any direct connection between the couple and the night in question, the suit considers them responsible for allowing their employees to serve someone too much alcohol.
Source: Bleacher Report