Just few weeks after his victory at the Masters Tournament, it seems
Tiger Woods isn't having the best moment of his as he and his girlfriend, Erica Herman, who is whining a restaurant manager, and The Woods restaurant in Jupiter, Florida, have been taken to court for the undue death of an employee, who after working a shift in December had quite an amount of alcohol at the restaurant before losing life in an auto crash.
The employee, Nicholas Immesberger had a blood alcohol reading of .256, more than three times, according to the suit filed in West Palm Beach, Florida. The lawsuit says Immesberger lost control of his car on the Federal Highway in Martin County and agonized fatal injuries and was confirmed dead at the scene on Dec. 10, 2018. Nicholas was just 24.
Immesberger was a bartender at The Woods restaurant, and the suit declared that Woods, Herman and other employees were in the know about Immesberger's drinking problem but habitually over-served him during and after work shifts.
The lawsuit claimed that Woods and Herman were “drinking with him at The Woods bar only a few nights before the fatal crash of December 10, 2018.’