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By | July 10, 2024

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Rory McIlroy reportedly hired a private investigator to serve divorce papers on Erica Stoll 24 hours after winning the Wells Fargo Championship.
Rory McIlroy used a private investigator to serve Erica Stoll divorce papers, according to a report.

The revelation came from a Belfast Telegraph report that was published over the weekend as McIlroy took a week-earned break from professional golf in the busy major season. According to Atlas2 flight-tracking radar from X-Force, McIlroy’s private jet was in Italy and the golfer may have been attending a wedding, but this has not yet been confirmed.

McIlroy filed for divorce from his wife of seven years on May 13, 24 hours after winning his 26th PGA Tour title at the Wells Fargo Championship. According to BT, McIlroy digitally signed the document between 9:06pm and 9:08pm Eastern time on May 9.

The lawsuit was filed in Palm Beach County Court by Thomas Sasser, the lawyer who represented Tiger Woods in his divorce from Elin Nordegren after his infidelity was revealed. Court docs also show Carl Woods served Erica with the summons.

Woods has been a cop since 1987, is a certified homicide investigator and a licensed private investigator. “Woods’ filing indicates he received the divorce papers at 9:58 a.m. May 13 from the Sasser firm and personally served them on the Stoll at the McIlroy family home in the apartment complex exclusive from Jack Nicklaus, The Bear’s Club, at 10:30 a.m.
“He described Stoll as blonde, in her 30s, slim, between 5ft 7in and 5ft 8in tall and without glasses. “In the subpoena served on Stoll, she was advised that she had 20 days to file a written response to her husband’s motion with the clerk of the circuit court.”

Moreover, the document stated: “A telephone call will not protect you. Your written response, including the case number listed above and the names of the parties, must be filed if you want the court to hear your side of the case. “If you don’t file your answer by the deadline, you risk losing your case and your wages, money and property could be garnished without further notice from the court.
“There are other legal requirements as well. You may want to call a lawyer right away. If you don’t know a lawyer, call a lawyer referral line or a legal aid office (listed in the phone book).

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