John Daly’s ex-wife, Sherrie Miller, is suing the PGA golfer’s current fiancee.
Need we say more? We will anyway, because the details are incredibly entertaining. Miller filed a lawsuit against Anna Cladakis in 2011, alleging that Cladakis broke up the marriage between Miller and Daly. She is seeking unspecified damages. Here’s more from The Associated Press:
Miller sued Cladakis and two purported employers in 2011 in DeSoto County, where Miller alleges Daly and Cladakis began their sexual trysts. Miller says the trysts began in 2007 while she was separated from Daly.
Miller appealed to the Mississippi Court of Appeals, which ruled that the lawsuit should be heard in DeSoto County because “the alleged sexual activity between Cladakis and Daly within the state of Mississippi, which contributed to the breakup of Daly’s marriage with Miller, constituted a tort committed, at least in part, within this state.”
Mississippi is one of six states where something called “alienation of affection” is grounds for a lawsuit.
“Since the sexual activities between Cladakis and Daly allegedly occurred in the state, witnesses and evidence may be found here. … we do not find it improper to bring her back into Mississippi to defend the alienation-of-affection case that arose out of those alleged activities,” Judge Donna Barnes said.
The last thing we want to see is evidence of Daly — Mr. Bad Santa himself — having sexual relations with someone.
Daly previously claimed that Miller tried to charge him a large sum of money each time they had sex when they were married. Please let that claim make its way into the courtroom.
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