The wife of a semi-pro golfer shot an intruder in an August home invasion -- but a police report released this week revealed that the wife and intruder were allegedly having an affair, with authorities declining to bring criminal charges in the case.
Mishay Simpson, 28, the wife of golfer Rhett Simpson, was home alone with the couple’s daughter on Aug. 19 when their home alarm system went off, police said.
Simpson told investigators that someone came upstairs and opened the door, according to the police report.
She saw someone standing in the doorway. "He began to back up, facing her, and she pulled the trigger," the report states.
The man was identified as Andrew Noll, 23, an acquaintance of Simpson's. He took a photo seconds after being shot.
"When she opened the door, we looked right at each other for a few seconds," Noll told investigators. "I turned around, and she shot me."
One week before the shooting, she filed a request for a restraining order, telling police that Noll had been stalking her.
But Noll's story is much different.
“I had the codes and the keys to her house,” he said. “I didn't open the bedroom door. She did, and she shot me from behind.”
The nature of their relationship remains in question. He claims -- in a sworn statement -- that they were having an affair, but had recently broken it off.
On the night of the shooting, Simpson reportedly texted him. But Simpson told police that the two have never been involved sexually. Simpson and her attorney declined to comment when reached by ABC News.