Tiger Woods has summoned all medical, school and pharmacy reports from its restaurant employee whose family has prosecuted the golfer for unlawful death in a DUI crash, DailyMail.com can reveal.
Nicholas Immesberger, 24, was a bartender at Woods & Jupiter, Florida, The Woods restaurant and died in December 2018 in an incident with a drunk driver after his service ended.
His family filed a lawsuit against Woods earlier this month, claiming that Immesberger drank three times at The Woods after his service ended and then was allowed to drive. They say that The golfer and his girlfriend Erica Herman had been aware of his struggles with alcohol, but kept drinking in the restaurant.
Court records obtained by DailyMail.com show that Woods is now looking up all Immesberger records of the Berean Christian School, including grades, health records, teacher comments, physical exams, disciplinary reports, prizes and other information.
Woods also summoned Immesberger's pharmacy reports from January 2017 to December 2018 from the Publix, Walmart, Walgreens and CFS pharmacies, as well as his medical, psychiatric and counseling data for the past 10 years.
Tiger Woods (left) sued Nicholas Immesberger, 24, a bartender who worked at Woods' restaurant, and died after losing control of his car during a journey of over 100 mph on a road at speeds of 55 mph on December 10, 2018
Immesberger is said to have drank three times in The Wood's restaurant (three hours after finishing his service on the night of his death) and was then allowed to drive home himself. A toxicological report reveals that he had a high alcohol content in his blood and traces of the THC cannabis component
A crash report from DailyMail.com earlier this month revealed that Immesberger had traces of the cannabis component THC in his blood, as well as alcohol, affecting & # 39; at the time of the traffic accident & # 39 ;.
The report notes that the cause of death was & # 39; multiple blunt trauma injuries and that the way of death was an accident. & # 39;
At the time of his death, Immesberger had a blood alcohol level of 0.256, which is more than three times the legal limit of less than 0.08 in Florida.
His toxicological report was also positive for cannabinoids, with a THC level of 13.3 ng / ml.
The report was conducted by a Florida Highway Patrol investigating officer and identified Nicholas Immesberger as & # 39; D-1. & # 39;
The conclusion is: & # 39; D-1 & # 39; s carefree operation of VO1 (his vehicle) was, while he was in trouble, the cause of the traffic accident, which caused damage to VO1, the damage to the board and the trailer and his own death. & # 39;
Immesberger allegedly drank three hours in the restaurant after finishing his service the day he died, and then tried to drive home himself in his 1999 Chevrolet Corvette.
These are the court documents obtained by DailyMail.com that show that Tiger Woods summoned Nicholas Immersberger's pharmacy reports from January 2017 to December 2018, as well as his school records from the Berean Christian School in Florida and medical records from the past 10 years
He lost control of the vehicle around 6 p.m., pivoting across three lanes before his car flew through the air and crashed into the grass along Federal Highway in Port Salerno, according to the Palm beach post.
Spencer Kuvin, the family's lawyer, claimed that there had been extensive surveillance of Immesberger during the night of the crash, but claims that the restaurant destroyed it.
& # 39; They fed his addiction with more alcohol instead of help, & # 39; said Kuvin during a press conference, according to the New York Daily News.
However, a source close to Woods DailyMail.com said the lawsuit against Tiger Woods, his girlfriend and his restaurant in Jupiter, is littered with lies that are already being investigated by lawyers for Masters champion.
Contrary to his family's claims, the source said that Immesberger did not drink in Tiger & # 39; s restaurant before driving off.
The lawsuit filed in Palm Beach County claims someone from The Woods & # 39; over-served (Immesberger) alcohol to the point of serious intoxication and then sent him to his car to drive home. & # 39;
That, the source said, could not be further from the truth.
Immesberger's family filed an unlawful death penalty against Woods after the 24-year-old allegedly drank in the restaurant after finishing his service the day he died, and then tried to drive himself home in his Chevrolet Corvette of 1999
An image from the Florida Highway Patrol traffic accident report shows the point at which Immesberger lost control of the vehicle around 6 pm & noon, pivoting across three lanes before his car flew through the air and crashed into the grass along Federal Highway in Port salerno.
The traffic accident report reports that the cause of death of Immesberger & # 39; multiple blunt trauma injuries and the way of death was an accident & # 39 ;. It says that Immesberger had traces of THC in its system, as well as a blood alcohol content of 0.256, more than 3 times the legal limit of lower .08
& # 39; That day we have the testimonials from the restaurant manager and two of the prosecutor's staff who saw him leave at three o'clock & # 39; see him leave in the afternoon, a few minutes after his service ended & # 39 ;, the source told DailyMail.com.
& # 39; At three o'clock & # 39; Mr. Immesberger spoke with the witnesses in the afternoon and then left. He didn't seem drunk or compromised in any way.
& # 39; Because the accident occurred around 6 p.m., there was a three-hour time frame when Mr. Immesberger was drinking heavily. And it wasn't at The Woods. & # 39;
According to the source, several researchers from Woods & # 39; insurance company worked 10 hours a day to find out where Immesberger is located between 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. that afternoon.
& # 39; The man was hammered, & # 39; says the source, & # 39; and he looked completely normal in The Woods three hours earlier.
& # 39; If he had been drinking in The Woods, he would not be by 18:00 at the latest. & # 39;
The source pointed to security cameras & # 39; s images of Immesberger captured in The Woods leave at 3pm. However, the system cancels existing images for up-to-date images after one month.
& # 39; By the time we received the question letter from Mr. Advocate's lawyer. Immesberger, the images of him who worked that day were automatically erased, & # 39; said the source.
Spencer Kuvin responded to the allegations and told DailyMail.com: & that is a lie. He (Immesberger) sat at the bar for three hours of drinking before he left and crashed his car.
& # 39; We have spoken with many eyewitnesses to confirm that this is what happened. If they (The Woods) had saved the surveillance video, that would have been proven. & # 39;
While Woods was not at the restaurant the night Immesberger died, the bartender's family claim that he and his girlfriend Erica Herman (pictured together) knew him personally and were aware that he had a drinking problem
The restaurant staff was aware that Immesberger had attended AA meetings, but continued to serve him alcohol while he was working, the lawsuit alleges
The complaint in Palm Beach County was filed by Immesberger & # 39; s parents Woods, Herman, who ran the establishment, and the restaurant itself as defendants. Shown are the stepfather of Immesberger John Belowsky Sr. and mother Katie Belowsky
Earlier this month, Woods broke his silence about the matter during a PGA Championship press conference.
& # 39; We are all very sad that Nick died, & # 39; Woods told reporters. & # 39; It was a terrible, terrible night, a terrible ending. We feel bad for him and his entire family. It is very sad. & # 39;
While Woods was not at the restaurant the night Immesberger died, Kuvin said that he and Herman had been at the bar with Immesberger while he was drinking only a few nights before the crash.
The lawsuit claims that The Woods Staff employees knew that Immesberger attended anonymous alcoholic meetings, but continued to offer him alcohol while he was working, as well as after his services while sitting at the bar.
Woods has also summoned documents to prove that Immesberger attended AA meetings.
& # 39; Just as (Woods) ignored his own problems for years, he and his girlfriend chose to ignore this problem that their own employee had, & # 39; said Kuvin.
Woods was arrested for a DUI in 2017 after he went to sleep in the car with the engine around 3 o'clock at night.
The legendary golfer later revealed that he had mixed medicines to treat his bad back and insomnia. He begged to be guilty of reckless driving and started a diversion program.
A toxicological report showed that Woods had Vicodin, Dilaudid, Xanax, Ambien and THC in his system. The golfer was previously treated for a sex addiction.
Woods offered his condolences to Nicholas & # 39; family during a press conference before the PGA Championship on May 14. Immesberger & # 39; s family claim that Woods and Herman knew whether & # 39; reasonably should have known & # 39; that their bartender tended to consume alcohol too much as a & # 39; common drunkard & # 39; & # 39;
The complaint filed in Palm Beach County states that Woods & # 39;was directly responsible for ensuring that his employees and management were not at the service of his employees / customers.
Immesberger was recruited to work in Herman's restaurant. His family claims that Woods and Herman were aware of whether & # 39; should reasonably have known & # 39; of their bartender's tendency to consume alcohol too much as a & # 39; regular drunkard & # 39 ;.
The lawsuit seeks more than $ 15,000 in medical and funeral expenses, as well as other & # 39; appropriate damages & # 39 ;.
A copy of a quote obtained from DailyMail.com shows that Immesberger was cited for speeding up and not producing a driver's license on December 4, 2018, just six days before he died.
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