Former Illinois representative Aaron Schock, who was brought down by his Downton Abbey–esque office decor, hasn’t just disappeared from Congress. A campaign donor is suing Schock for racketeering and fraud, but according to the Chicago Sun-Times, the man’s attorney told a federal judge on Wednesday that he hasn’t been able to serve Schock with the lawsuit. He said the Peoria address Schock listed on FEC forms is vacant, and the former congressman’s attorneys have not responded to his inquiries. (His Twitter and Facebook are inactive, too.) He’s probably just good at avoiding process servers, but someone should check to make sure he hasn’t kidnapped his secret love child and run off to London.