Tiger Woods' ex-girlfriend sues to challenge NDA

Tiger Woods' ex-girlfriend sues to challenge NDA

A lawsuit filed by an ex-girlfriend of golf superstar Tiger Woods asks a judge in Florida to cancel a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) she signed with him.

Lawyers for Erica Herman, who began dating Mr Woods in 2017, cite a new law limiting the scope of NDAs in sexual harassment and assault cases.

Ms Herman's lawsuit does not detail any allegation of harassment or assault.

She argues in another lawsuit she is owed around $30m (£25m) and was locked out of a home she shared with Mr Woods.

Mark Steinberg, a representative for Mr Woods, 47, did not immediately reply to a BBC News request for comment on Wednesday.

The civil lawsuit challenging the NDA was filed on Monday in Martin County, Florida, near where the couple had been living together.