Breaks Silence On Lawsuit …
‘It Was A Terrible, Terrible Night’
Tiger Woods is breaking his silence on a lawsuit that claims his restaurant is responsible for a man’s death … telling media members Tuesday, “It was a terrible, terrible night.”
We broke the story … the parents of Nicholas Immesberger just filed a lawsuit claiming their son was overserved booze at Tiger’s, The Woods, restaurant in Jupiter, Florida … and they say that led to his 2018 drunk driving death.
Tiger was asked about the incident during his PGA Championship press conference … and Woods said, “We’re all very sad that Nick passed away. It was a terrible, terrible night.”
“A terrible ending and just we feel bad for him and his entire family. It’s very sad.”
24-year-old Immesberger worked as a bartender for the restaurant … and his parents say he knew Tiger personally. In fact, they claim it was Tiger’s girlfriend — restaurant general manager Erica Herman — who recruited him herself.
According to the suit, Immesberger finished a shift on Dec. 10, 2018 — but stayed at the restaurant for hours where he was served alcohol to the point of “severe intoxication” before he was sent out to his car to drive home.
Immesberger crashed on his drive home and died in the accident. His blood alcohol level was a .256, more than 3 times the legal limit.
Now, at a press conference of their own Tuesday morning … an attorney for Immesberger’s estate and his parents believe Woods’ restaurant DESTROYED video evidence showing Nick drinking at the bar for hours after his shift.
Immesberger’s attorneys want Tiger, Erica and The Woods restaurant to be held responsible for the tragedy … saying they all personally knew Immesberger had a problem with alcohol but allowed him to be overserved anyway.
The family is seeking everything from medical and funeral expenses to other “appropriate damages.”
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