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Tiger Woods has said he is not responsible for the death of a 24-year-old bartender who died in a drunk-driving accident after allegedly being 'over-served alcohol' at a Florida restaurant.
A lawsuit obtained by DailyMail.com 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, Florida.
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The suit claims that Immesberger was given so much alcohol that he was at the point of 'severe intoxication'.
Immesberger later crashed his vehicle while attempting to drive himself home on December 10, 2018. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
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The complaint, which was filed in Palm Beach County by the parents of Immesberger last month, names Woods, his girlfriend, Erica Herman, who managed the establishment, and the restaurant itself as defendants.
But Woods has officially responded to the lawsuit in a motion to dismiss that was filed on June 5 and obtained by DailyMail.com.
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Woods says the suit against him should be thrown out because 'it is wrong in every respect'.
'To begin, Mr Woods has no connection to the events described in the complaint,' the document reads.
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It goes on to say that Woods is just 'an investor in the entity that owns the restaurant' and does not work at or own the restaurant.
'The fact that the restaurant is branded with Mr. Woods’ name is not a substitute for the required allegations,' his motion stated.
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The motion also notes that Woods wasn't even at the restaurant on the day of Immesberger's death.
'In sum, Mr. Woods should have not been named as a defendant,' the document reads.
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Woods' girlfriend also filed a similar motion to dismiss the lawsuit, which contends that she is the general manager of the restaurant and therefore has 'individual liability'.
However, the motion...
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