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jbr2811 t1_jbh47c0 wrote

No idea who’s right or wrong here, but isn’t she filing this suit a little late? If all that stuff was so repulsive, why did you date him for 5 years?


Dirty_Quesadilla t1_jbh5i9k wrote

She’s late bc either A) she’s shopping her story and wants that bag B) she knows the NDA will be enforced in perpetuity but still wants that clout.


26slatt t1_jbht9ol wrote

Definitely bag. She got used to the billionaire lifestyle


blankblank t1_jbj0vyb wrote

NDA’s are notoriously difficult to enforce. Especially when there is a major power or legal sophistication imbalance between the parties.


J_Dabson002 t1_jbh63hi wrote

She wants to be able to write a book because she’s running out of money


JackingOffToTragedy t1_jbjwci4 wrote

She is also suing him because she was kicked out of the house and alleges that she had an "oral tenancy" agreement to live there. Threatening to write a tell-all book would create negotiating leverage.

In other words, she's blackmailing him after a break up.


whichwitch9 t1_jbhluw4 wrote

Sooo, if you read there's a super worrying bit that she can't disclose sexual abuse, even if the perpetrator isn't necessarily Woods.

Maybe it's to sell stories, but it also could be something happened, and she's being blocked from doing anything about it.


IAm-The-Lawn t1_jbi59d9 wrote

No contract can legally prevent you from reporting a crime. That portion of a contract would be ruled unenforceable, and the rest of the contract would remain in force.


AbdulAziz9715 t1_jbir983 wrote

Sexual abuse is a crime, and no contract in the world can void the right to justice. She is definitely out for money or fame, hell maybe even both.


whichwitch9 t1_jbj1v8p wrote

I think it's funny you think someone wouldn't try to throw that in there. There's also a fun caveat that it's a crime that's hard to prove, so you can have it happen and still run afoul of a nondisclosure

A number of nondisclosure end up unenforceable, but the threat of legal action is enough to keep people from violating it