Tiger Woods' ex-girlfriend Erica Herman has officially dropped her sexual assault and NDA appeal against the PGA Tour legend after admitting she "was never a victim of sexual harassment or sexual abuse at the hands of Tiger Woods or any of his agents", according to documents obtained by Fox News Digital.
Herman, 38, initially claimed the 15-time major champion had pursued a sexual relationship with her while she was a waitress working at his restaurant in Jupiter, Florida, and that he made her sign a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) or else she would not have kept her job.
She then filed an official notice to dismiss her appeal to nullify the NDA she signed when they first started dating in 2017.
Tiger Woods and Erica Herman are understood to have split up in 2022.
According to documents, Herman claimed the agreement should be unenforceable under the Speak Out Act, which "prohibits the judicial enforceability of a nondisclosure clause or nondisparagement clause agreed to before a dispute arises involving sexual assault or sexual harassment in violation of federal, tribal, or state law."
She would then sue the trust that owns Woods' home for a reported $30m after the former World No.1 asked her to move out of his property.
But in July this year, Herman dropped the lawsuit against Woods.
The latest according to Fox News Digital is that Herman has now dropped her sexual assault and NDA appeal against Woods, too.
Herman wrote she "was never a victim of sexual harassment or sexual abuse at the hands of Tiger Woods or any of his agents and it is her position that she never asserted a claim for such."
Woods has been out of competitive action since undergoing ankle surgery after withdrawing from The Masters in April.
The signs look good for a return to the PGA Tour soon though as Woods has been seen caddying for his son Charlie Woods in junior events.
Woods, who turns 48 on December 30, has also been stepping up his levels of practice.