Tiger Woods is reportedly embroiled in a legal battle with his ex-girlfriend and a non-disclosure agreement.
Kristin Smith dated the golfer from 2015 to 2017 and supposedly ended their relationship after he was unfaithful,TMZ reported.
Smith allegedly accepted the agreement and hush money but is now hoping to break it.
Tiger Woods, 42, is in a dispute with his ex-girlfriend as she allegedly wants to break their non-disclosure-agreement
Kristin Smith dated the legendary golfer from 2015 to 2017 and supposedly ended their relationship after he was unfaithful
Woods wants to avoids a public scandal and is said to have threatened to release ‘curious’ photos of Smith if she breaks their prior agreement.
Things have escalated to the point where lawyers are now involved.
With regards to his most recent infedility ‘Kristin suspected it, but he would always deny it by belittling Erica’ a source told Radar Online.
Woods wants to avoids a public scandal and is said to have threatened to release ‘curious’ photos of Smith if she breaks their prior agreement. He’s pictured at Augusta Club on Monday
The source added ‘Kristin eventually caught them together. It was a big mess.’
Woods reportedly started dating Herman, 33 – a manager at his Jupiter Florida restaurant – at the end of summer last year.
Meanwhile the golfer, who sought treatment for sex addiction in 2010, is gearing up for the 82nd Masters in Augusta, Georgia.
Speaking about the tournament Woods said ‘I’m just there to win.’
Woods is pictured here with Erica Herman in October 2017, the woman he supposedly had an affair with
‘I’ve been better with each week I’ve competed. A little more crisp. I’m starting to put the pieces together.’
Woods missed his third Masters in four years last year after spinal fusion surgery, but has contended in his past two starts, sharing fifth at the Arnold Palmer Invitational and second at the Valspar Championship.
‘It’s fantastic what we’re seeing of Tiger. He looks in control of his game,’ said Britain’s Justin Rose, last year’s Masters runner-up.
Woods, who at a low point doubted he would ever play competitive golf again, has seen interest in his comeback tale at age 42 send resale prices for Masters badges soaring several thousand dollars above face value.
‘I got a second chance on life,’ Woods said. ‘I am a walking miracle.’
Woods hasn’t won a major since the 2008 US Open, hasn’t won a tournament since the 2013 WGC Bridgestone Invitational, hasn’t played in a major since missing the cut at the 2015 PGA Championship and last won the Masters in 2005.
‘I’m just really looking forward to playing,’ Woods said. ‘It’s the best-run tournament in the world. The golf course, the patrons, the entire atmosphere – it’s a golfers heaven.’