Rob Riggle Obtains Restraining Order Against Estranged Wife Over Spying Allegations

Months after Tiffany filed for divorce to officially end their 21-year marriage, Rob claims to have uncovered what appeared to be a spy camera hidden in a smoke detector.

AceShowbiz -Comedy star Rob Riggle has been granted a restraining order against his estranged wife Tiffany after accusing her of spying on him.

The couple split last year (2020) and Tiffany filed for divorce to officially end the 21-year marriage in October.

Riggle moved into a smaller pad they owned so Tiffany and their two children could remain in the family property in California, but the actor claims relations between the pair soured after he noticed $28,000 (£20,000) in emergency cash was taken from his home office, to which she still has access.

She was quizzed about the missing money and denied having anything to do with it, but Riggle alleges his Apple account was soon hacked into, and he started noticing Tiffany had knowledge of private chats he had had with, or about, his new girlfriend and his assistant in his home office – which would then be referenced in text messages and emails received from his ex and other anonymous sources.

Fearing there was a hidden camera planted in his office, he decided to test out the theory by spreading misinformation, which ended up confirming his suspicions.

Riggle subsequently uncovered what appeared to be a spy camera hidden in a smoke detector in April, with a memory card containing more than 10,000 videos with sound on it.

According to court papers obtained by TMZ, among the recordings were two of Tiffany, the first in which she is shown allegedly climbing up a ladder to install the device last summer, and another of her sitting in the office counting out some cash, which Riggle believes is the emergency bundle that was stolen.

He immediately requested a temporary restraining order against Tiffany, which has since been granted, while the judge overseeing the case has set a hearing for next month (July 2021) to determine whether “The Hangover” star can have a forensic expert look through the spy camera footage.

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