Tiger Woods denies having an oral tenancy agreement with ex-girlfriend Erica Herman to live in his Florida mansion after she filed a $30 million lawsuit against his trust.
Why it matters
The lawsuit filed by Erica Herman against Tiger Woods' trust is significant as it involves a large sum of money and a dispute over a tenancy agreement. The case also highlights the importance of having written agreements in place to avoid disputes.
What the papers say
The NY Post and BBC News both report on the lawsuit filed by Erica Herman against Tiger Woods' trust. While the sources differ in some details, they both agree on the key events of the case.
How we got here
Erica Herman began dating Tiger Woods in 2017 and managed a restaurant owned by him before their relationship began. The couple lived together in Woods' Florida mansion until their breakup in October. Herman has filed two lawsuits in Martin County, Florida, one challenging a non-disclosure agreement she signed with Woods in 2017 and the other claiming she was tricked into leaving the home they lived in together.
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