A lawsuit obtained by TMZ Sports alleges that Woods contributed to the death of Nicholas Immesberger, 24, who is said to have been over-served following a shift at The Woods restaurant in Jupiter to the point of "severe intoxication" before fatally crashing his vehicle while attempting to drive himself home on December 10. He finished a shift on December 10 but stayed at the restaurant where he was served alcohol to the point of "severe intoxication" before he was sent to drive his auto home.
The lawsuit claims Herman recruited Immesberger, hired him as a bartender and was aware of his "habitual use of alcohol".
His blood alcohol content when he crashed his 1999 Corvette was more than three times the legal limit.
The suit alleges Immesberger drank alcohol at The Woods restaurant after his shift before driving on Federal Highway in Martin County.
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Tiger Woods, his daughter Sam Alexis Woods, and his girlfriend Erica Herman. He was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom last week at a White House ceremony.
The newspaper reported that under state alcohol laws, Woods could be held liable as an owner of the restaurant even if he wasn't there, in injury or death cases involving a person with a known history of alcohol abuse who was over-served.
DailyMail.com reached out to Woods' representatives but did not immediately receive a response.
It also says Woods and Herman knew of his disease but were drinking with Immesberger a few nights before the fatal crash. According to CNN, he was scheduled to be part of a tournament news conference Tuesday morning. The 43-year-old will be seeking to earn a second straight major title following his win last month at the Masters, which was his first major victory since 2008.
According to the Daily Mail, a copy of a citation shows Immesberger was summoned for speeding and failure to produce a driver's license on December 4, 2018, just six days before he died.