Tori Spelling's heading to Divorce Court, 90210.
Spelling's estranged mister, Charlie Shanian, filed for divorce Thursday in Los Angeles, seeking to officially terminate their 15-month marriage. Per the court papers, Shanian is seeking spousal support from the former Beverly Hills, 90210 star. It was the first marriage for both and the couple didn't have any children.
There was no immediate comment from either party Thursday.
Shanian, 36, and Spelling, 32, separated in early August but didn't publicly announce their split until September.
"I went into the marriage with the best intentions, hopes and dreams," Spelling told People. "I feel that I've really disappointed people. I've disappointed everyone who came to my wedding. I'm disappointed in myself. I don't know exactly what happened and when things started to go wrong."
According to the magazine, while Spelling was in Canada for three weeks in August filming the TV movie Mind over Murder, she fell for costar Dean McDermott, 38. Within days of Spelling confirming the demise of her relationship with Shanian, McDermott and wife Mary Jo Eustace had filed for divorce after 12 years of marriage and two children.
However, both Spelling and McDermott denied their budding romance had anything to do with their respective splits.
Spelling and Shanian, an actor-writer, met during the Los Angeles production of Shanian's two-person play, Maybe, Baby It's You in 2002.
They became engaged in November 2003 and wed in July of 2004 at a lavish ceremony overseen by her father, TV titan Aaron.
Shanian most recently appeared as a semi-regular on ABC's cop show 10-8: Officers on Duty, which lasted 13 episodes in the 2003-04 season.
Since moving out of 90210, Spelling appeared in such films as The House of Yes, Trick, Scream 2 and Scary Movie 2. She also did a sitcom pilot that never made it to series, and has starred in several TV movies, including Mind over Murder and two others due out this year: Hush and The Family Plan.
The actress is currently filming a feature, Cthulhu, in the Seattle area. Spelling's role in the low-budget film is that of a "seductress," according to the Tacoma News Tribune.