Former "Daily Show" correspondent Rob Riggle has obtained a temporary restraining order against his estranged wife Tiffany Riggle after he accused her of stealing money and discovered a hidden camera in his home.

The “Hangover” actor filed court documents claiming $28,000 in emergency money went missing from his home shortly after Tiffany filed for divorce. Although Rob confronted his wife about the missing funds, she denied being involved with the disappearance.

The former couple had been married for 21 years and have two children. After the divorce filing, Rob moved to a smaller home so Tiffany and the children could stay in the family home.

According to a TMZ report, Rob reportedly began to feel as if he was being watched and noticed Tiffany knew about the private conversations he had with others. He also suspected she hacked into his Apple account to download his texts, emails, photos, and contacts to spy on him.

Rob later decided to investigate his suspicions by working with his girlfriend to share fake information to see if any of it would be leaked. When Rob was confronted with some of the misinformation, he realized his suspicions were valid.

The actor later had his home swept for electronic bugs and discovered a hidden spy camera in his smoke detector.

The device, which Rob believes was installed in August 2020, contained over 10,000 videos with sound, including one of Tiffany counting what may have been the missing $28,000 on the floor of his home.

A court hearing has been scheduled to take place in July over Rob’s request to allow and forensic expert to go through the footage obtained through the hidden camera.

When Tiffany filed for divorce last year, she cited irreconcilable differences and asked for joint custody along with spousal support and other assets.

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