Jay Mohr Files for Divorce From Nikki Cox for a Second Time

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Jay Mohr and Nikki Cox are calling it quits after 10 years of marriage, but the 46-year-old actor tells ET in an exclusive statement that there's still love between the two of them.
"This is not a story for the news. This story is eternal and for our hearts. Two people fell in love and loved with everything they had," Mohr says. "Those two people still love each other. Celebrate that. Print LOVE over and over if you print anything about our home and the love we still share."
Mohr filed for divorce on Tuesday, citing irreconcilable differences and joint legal and physical custody of their 5-year-old son, Meredith.
The Suburgatory actor initially filed for divorce from Cox in July, but rescinded six days later. At the time of the filing, he also submitted an emergency petition to seek full custody of their son. Mohr alleged in the legal documents that his wife self-medicated to cope with her depression and he fears for their child’s safety.
A few days later, however, Mohr changed his mind about the divorce. "We are very married, very in love and that’s really all there is," he said at the time (via Page Six).
Mohr and Cox, 38, got engaged in February 2006 and tied the knot in December of the same year. After two years of marriage, Mohr filed a petition in Los Angeles Superior Court to legally take his wife's last name, which made his new full name Jon (his birth name) Ferguson Cox Mohr.
These two aren't the only ones to announce their split this week. Flip or Flop stars Tarek and Christina El Moussa called it quits after an alleged incident in May that led to the cops being called out to their home.

Here's what we know about their separation:

Reporting by Lexi Ciccone.