According to the Washington Post, a lawsuit was filed in a Florida court involving Tiger Woods when an employee of the golfer was involved in a car accident last December and died later.
According to the lawsuit, an employee at the Jupiter restaurant named Nicholas Immesberger had a blood alcohol concentration three times the legal limit. He had been drinking at a restaurant before getting in the car to leave and having an accident.
In addition to Woods, the lawsuit also names the golf legend’s girlfriend, Erica Herman, who holds the position of general manager of Jupiter’s facility in Florida.
“They knew that Immesberger was suffering from alcoholism but allowed him to drink at the restaurant’s bar to the point of severe intoxication,” the indictment said.
Immesberger, 24, who died on December 10, was a bartender at The Woods. According to a lawsuit filed in Palm Beach County District Court by Immesberger’s parents, he finished his shift at about 3 p.m. that day and stayed at the restaurant, sitting in the bar area before going home.
According to the investigation, the time of Immesberger’s accident at about 6 pm, 16 miles north of the workplace. He is said to have lost consciousness while driving a Chevrolet Corvette, turning right through three freeway lanes, into a grassy area before flying into the air without a seat belt on.
A source said Woods and Herman had been drinking with Immesberger at the bar just a few nights before the fatal crash. Currently, a representative for Woods has not yet commented on this lawsuit.
Tien Dat | 17:18 May 14, 2019