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Lawsuit filed against Tiger Woods for wrongful death of restaurant employee

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Jupiter resident Tiger Woods is facing a lawsuit in a wrongful death case. (MGN| Immesberger family via Law Offices of{ }Craig Goldenfarb, P.A.)

Jupiter resident Tiger Woods is facing a lawsuit in a wrongful death case Monday.

The Masters winner, his girlfriend, restaurant manager Erica Herman, and the Woods Restaurant are all named in the lawsuit for the wrongful death of 24-year-old Nicholas Immesberger. He was a bartender at the Woods Restaurant.

There is a news conference scheduled at 10 a.m. regarding the lawsuit.

The lawsuit claims Immesberger was over-served alcohol on December 10, 2018. Immesberfer subsequently crashed his car in Martin County and died, according to the lawsuit. His blood alcohol level was 0.28, over three times the legal limit.

According to the crash report, the accident happened on Federal Highway and Colonial Drive near Port Salerno. Immesberger lost control of the car and overturned in a grassy area.

In the lawsuit it states Woods, Herman and others at the restaurant knew Immesberger was an alcoholic and they knowingly over served him during and after his shift regularly.

Read the full complaint below:


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