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Tiger Woods Sued in Drunk Driving Death of Former Employee

A wrongful death lawsuit was filed Monday in circuit court in Palm Beach County, Florida

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    Tiger Woods walks in the rain on the 13th hole during the second round for the Masters golf tournament Friday, April 12, 2019, in Augusta, Ga.

    The parents of an alcoholic bartender who worked at Tiger Woods' restaurant are blaming the athlete, his girlfriend and their employees for the December drunk-driving crash that killed the man.

    A wrongful death lawsuit filed Monday in circuit court in Palm Beach County, Florida, claims that even though employees, managers and owners of The Woods, the golfer's bar and restaurant in Jupiter, Florida, knew that Nicholas Immesberger was an alcoholic, they plied him with drinks after his Dec. 10, 2018, shift. 

    He died that night in a deadly crash on his way home.