- Associated Press - Monday, June 22, 2015

JACKSON, Miss. — The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to throw out an alienation of affection lawsuit filed by John Daly’s ex-wife against the professional golfer’s fiancée.

In February, the Mississippi Supreme Court gave the green light to Sherrie Allison Miller to pursue damages against Anna Cladakis.

The nation’s high court on Monday declined to hear Cladakis’ appeal. The case now goes back to DeSoto County.

Sherrie Miller was married to the two-time major winner from 2001-07. She is suing Cladakis, to whom Daly became engaged in December, for unspecified damages.

Miller argues her marriage with Daly ended because Cladakis and Daly developed a sexual relationship while the couple was separated in 2007.

The state court says Miller may have grounds to collect damages if she can prove that Daly and Cladakis had their affair in Mississippi.

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