Nicholas Immesberger Bio: Age, Cause of Death, Family, Girlfriend, Tiger Woods & More

Nicholas Immesberger was a bartender at Tiger Woods’ flagship restaurant, The Woods before he died in a car crash.

Immesberger suffered fatal injuries on crashing his car about 20 miles away from the restaurant. He was pronounced dead on the scene. As per reports, the accident was a drunk-driving case.

Meanwhile, the deceased parents are suing Tiger Woods, his girlfriend Erica Herman and their company as well for Nicholas’ death.

Nicholas parents, Mary Catherine Belowsky and Scott Duchene are suing Woods and company for more than $15,000 in damages. In addition to that, they are demand a trial by jury and asking for court costs to be covered as well.

Quick Facts and Information on Nicholas Immesberger

Died on December 10, 2018.
Died at the Age of 24
Cause of Death Drunk-Driving accident
Country U.S
Nationality American
Hometown Bradley Beach, New Jersey
Mother Mary Catherine Belowsky
Father Scott Duchene
Siblings Two brothers, two sisters
Profession Bartender
School / College Berean Christian School, Palm Beach State College
Marital Status Unmarried
Girlfriend Ashley Lannon
Children None
Social Media Facebook

Why are Nicholas’ Parents Suing Tiger Woods and His Girlfriend?

As per the statement provided by Nicholas’ parents, Nicholas had a drinking problem. But despite knowing that; Woods’ management is accused of encouraging Nicholas and its other staffs to drink alcoholic beverages even during the shifts.

Immesberger’s parents have even claimed in their lawsuit that Tiger and his girlfriend had sat down with their son consuming alcohol a few days prior to his death.

As per the claims, Nicholas got picked up by his sister after his shift, the very day, since he wasn’t even able to walk straight.

Furthermore, it is also stated that there were many such incidences of the same nature which holds Wood’s management responsible for not observing their employees.

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