Pat Perez’s wife Ashley seemingly CONFIRMS reports that pair are headed for a divorce, as she brands the LIV golfer a ‘narcissist’ and says ‘I’m leaving’ on social media
- Pat Perez and his wife Ashley deleted photos of each other on social media
- It now looks like she will be divorcing the 47-year-old professional golfer
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Pat Perez’s wife Ashley has apparently confirmed reports that she is divorcing the LIV Golfer.
The pair were previously reported to be headed for a split, with filings in Maricopa County, Arizona Superior Court showing she filed for divorce in November.
Now, in a series of Instagram posts, Ashley has said she is ‘letting go’ of the 47-year-old and branded him a ‘narcissist’.
Ashley first reposted a video from another user – which read ‘I’m 53 and wasted almost half my life with a ‘narcissist’ – to her Instagram story.
She said, ‘Hmm. sounds familiar. Except for the ‘Mr. Big ‘part’, referring to a nickname the other woman gave her former spouse.
Ashley Perez, the wife of LIV golfer Pat Perez, has apparently confirmed her divorce from him
She posted a video on Instagram of another user, who called their ex-husband a narcissist
“I absolutely never referred to ‘him’.”
Ashley then posted a selfie to her story with the caption ‘So you know what I did?’
The next slide then showed a Google link to DailyMail.com’s previous story about her reported divorce, with the headline ‘I’m leaving, sorry for your loss.’
She also patterned the Instagram story after the song ‘Bye Bye Bye’ by NSYNC.
The divorce filings were discovered by the website Brother Bible after noticing the couple had deleted photos of each other on their respective Instagram pages.
There are even older photos of Ashley and Pat on her Instagram from back in 2018.
Ashley then posted a Google link to DailyMail.com’s previous story on the matter and said she was ‘leaving’ the golfer
Ashley claims her marriage to Pat is ‘broken beyond repair’ and has no hope of reconciliation
The New York Post formerly reported that Perez was served with papers for the divorce less than a week after filing.
According to the divorce papers, Ashley says that ‘the parties’ marriage has broken down irretrievably with no reasonable prospect of reconciliation.’
She is also requesting ‘sole legal decision-making’ rights for the two children the couple share – with Ashley listing her home as a ‘primary’ residence.
Pat’s lawyers requested ‘joint legal decision-making for and equal parenting time with the children’.
The divorce has yet to be finalized.