Tiger Woods has been killed in a drunk driving accident by Bartender's parents at his Florida restaurant.
TMZ reported that he had personally known the golf star, suing that his parents, who died at the age of 24 in December last year, were working as bartenders at The Woods in Jupiter, Florida.
The news broke the time after Woods played his opening practice round for the 101st PGA Championship, Bethpage Black of Long Island in New York on Thursday at the second major golf tournament of the year starting on Thursday .
Woods rushed into the 11-year big victory drought by winning last month's Masters, and this week is seeking a major title for his 16th career. He received the Presidential Freedom Medal at the White House ceremony last week.
The restaurant manager, with Woods girlfriend Erica Herman, recruited Immesberger to the restaurant, according to TMZ.
According to TMZ, Immesberger finished his shift on December 10 but was told that he stayed at The Woods to drink at the restaurant and served a "bad addiction" spot before being sent to his car You are
According to the report, Immesberger lost control of the car while driving at home, and died in an accident and crashed, Immesberger showed a blood alcohol concentration of .256 or more, more than three times the legal limit.
The family knew that Woods and Herman had Immesberger's habitual problem with alcohol, but insisted that he allowed him to be served anyway.
According to TMZ, the lawsuit claims that Woods and Herman had been drinking with Immesberger just a few days before the clash and were "common-sense drunk".
According to the report, Immesberger's parents were directly accused of "being responsible for ensuring that his employees and management were not serving their employees / customers". .
The lawsuit was filed in Palm Beach County, Florida. It seeks other "appropriate damages" in addition to medical expenses and funeral damages.