Carmen Electra Files For Divorce

WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA - APRIL 26: Actress Carmen Electra, and Dave Navarro, musician arrive at the US Weekly Hot Hollywood Awards party held at the Republic restaurant and lounge on April 26,2006, in West Hollywood, California. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images) Getty Images/Frazer Harrison

MTV reality marriages are looking more and more like "Divorce Court."

The latest celebrity to join the pile-up, actress Carmen Electra filed for divorce on Thursday from rock musician Dave Navarro, according to Superior Court documents.

The former "Baywatch" babe — whose real name is Tara Patrick — cited "irreconcilable differences" for the split.

Electra, 34, and former Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist Navarro, 39, chronicled their November 2003 nuptials on MTV's "`Til Death Do Us Part: Carmen & Dave."

Electra's publicist, Brit Reece, announced in July that the childless couple were "amicably separating." Court documents indicate they split on July 18.

The dissolution comes on the heels of two other high profile MTV divorces.

On Tuesday, Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker filed for divorce from ex-beauty queen Shanna Moakler. The two documented their wedding on MTV's "Meet the Barkers."

In late June, singers Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey, who costarred in MTV's "Newlyweds: Nick & Jessica," divorced after three years of marriage.

Navarro currently co-hosts the CBS talent contest "Rock Star: Supernova." Rumors swirled this week about Navarro already moving on: he and adult film star Jenna Jameson are rumored to be dating. On Aug. 9, multiple sources confirmed to "Access Hollywood" that Navarro is dating Jameson, who has recently split from her husband.

A rep for Navarro told TheShowBuzz.com she had no comment on the matter.

Electra just wrapped up filming the movie "I Want Candy," her publicist said.
  • Judy Faber

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