Breaking: court reveal a brutal reasons why Rory mcllroy divorce with Erica

Breaking News: Evidences emerge to back up claims that Rory McIlroy’s Divorce Is The Result Of An Affair With Popular Female Golf Reporter

In a statement, McIlroy’s public relations staff confirmed the divorce while explicitly stating that he would not be discussing it with the media.

Not discussing the divorce with the media is a hot topic this week because a new rumor regarding Rory McIlroy’s divorce has surfaced online.

CBS Sports golf reporter Amanda Balionis was on the call for the final round of the PGA Championship on Sunday, and she found herself at the center of controversy. Her name has been brought up as the woman who allegedly had a relationship with Rory McIlroy, which allegedly caused his impending divorce.

Rory McIlroy having an affair with CBS Golf Reporter, Amanda Balionis?

Both have recently filed for divorce from their current partners

CBS has a mess on their hands! #PGAChampionship pic.twitter.com/yjZvkZYAMC

— LIV Golf Insider (@LIVTracking) May 19, 2024

It doesn’t seem that Balionis, who wed former NFL quarterback Bryn Renner, is sporting her wedding band anymore. Because she hasn’t appeared in the ring this year, she has caused relationship rumors to surface at a few major golf events.

On the eve of the PGA Championship, McIlroy submitted the documents in Florida in which their marriage was described as “irretrievably broken.”

Stoll gave birth to their first child, Poppy, three years after getting married

According to a report in The Sun, the World No.2 was last seen in good spirits with wife Erica at The Players Championship in March. 

Rory McIlroy Was Previously Engaged To Another Woman Before He Called Off Marriage

Rory McIlroy and Caroline Wozniacki abruptly called off their engagement a decade ago.

Wozniacki was McIlroy’s intended wife, but the golfer decided “that I wasn’t ready for all that marriage entails” before being married to Stoll in 2017. The two first met while Stoll was working for the PGA of America during the Medinah Ryder Cup in 2012.

“Rory’s desire is to ensure this difficult time is as respectful and amicable as possible,” the statement read. “He won’t be making any further comment.

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