Erica Stoll response to Rory McIlroy divorce papers sums up how bad things are

After seven years of marriage to Erica Stoll, PGA Tour player Rory McIlroy filed for divorce. The four-time major winner called their union “irretrievably broken.”

Rory McIlroy’s wife Erica Stoll may not contest his divorce file since she failed to reply to the Northern Irishman’s court request by the deadline.

Three-year-old Poppy is the only child of McIlroy and Stoll, who were married in 2017. But before the PGA Championship in Kentucky last month, it was discovered in recent weeks that the Northern Irishman had filed for divorce, serving his seven-year wife with the court documents at their Jupiter home.

Following her receipt of the 36-year-old husband’s legal documents, Stoll was granted a standard 20 calendar day window in Florida to provide an answer. However, the Daily Mail reports that Stoll failed to meet this deadline on Sunday.

Now that she is not involved in the separation, Stoll bears the risk that McIlroy will get a default divorce from the court. The third-ranked golfer in the world asked the court to uphold the prenuptial agreement they signed before getting married, as well as to grant them joint custody of their three-year-old daughter.

Carl Woods, a local police officer, reportedly gave Stoll the divorce papers and informed her that she had 20 days to file. The officer stated, “After this summons is served on you, you have 20 calendar days to file a written response to the attached petition with the clerk of this circuit court.”

“Making a call won’t keep you safe. If you want the Court to hear your side of the story, you must file your written response with the case number mentioned above and the names of the parties. You risk losing the case and having your property, money, and wages taken without further notice from the court if you fail to file your response on time.”

Following his May divorce filing, McIlroy refrained from commenting on his personal life. During the PGA Championship last month, he told reporters he would not discuss his personal life with reporters. “A divorce has been filed,” confirmed his manager Sean O’Flaherty in a statement “Rory McIlroy’s communications team confirmed today.

“They emphasized Rory’s wish to make this trying time as polite and respectful as possible. He’s going to stop commenting now.” “I’m ready to play this week,” Mcllroy said when asked how he was feeling personally at Valhalla Golf Club during a press conference in the days that followed.

The four-time major champion has been romantically linked to Amanda Balionis, a CBS Sports broadcaster, in recent weeks. Balionis recently conducted an interview with McIlroy at the RBC Canadian Open. The rumors of a romantic relationship have been played down, and neither of the two has commented on them thus far.

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