Transcript for Man Allegedly Shot by Semi-Pro Golfer's Wife Says He's Her Lover
But first, a bizarre home invasion in Florida. A pro golfer's wife shoots a man in the middle night, she says he was stalking her, he says she invited him. Reporter: A frantic call. I need someone, someone was in my house. Reporter: A home invader or a former lover? Miche Simpson was home alone with their daughter when the home alarm went off. According to the police report, Simpson says someone came upstairs and opened the door. She saw a subject standing in the doorway. He began to back up and she pulled the trigger. I shot, oh, my god. Reporter: That man, 23-year-old Andrew Noel, taking this photo seconds after being shot. We looked at each other, I turned around and she shot me. Reporter: She filed a request for a restraining order, telling police he had been stalking her. But his story, much different. I had the codes and the keys to the house. She shot me from behind. Reporter: The nature of the relationship remains in question. He claims in a sworn statement they were having an affair but had recently broken it off. We were romantic. We were having sex every day. Reporter: On the night of the shooting, reportedly she texted him. She texts me and says that she's busy tomorrow. That her husband's out of town. That's like the code of coming over. Reporter: But she told police they have never been involved in any sexual activity. ABC news reached out to her and her attorney, but was declined comment. If he reasonably believes he was invited into the house, he's not going to be charged with a crime. If she reasonably believed that he was a threat to her, then she's not going to be charged with a crime. Reporter: So far no charges have been filed. For "Good morning America," Paula Faris, ABC news, New York.
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