LOS ANGELES Sharon Stone and her husband, San Francisco Chronicle Executive Editor Phil Bronstein, are divorcing.
Bronstein cited irreconcilable differences in his petition for divorce, filed Thursday in San Francisco County Superior Court. A copy of the document was obtained by "Entertainment Tonight."
Stone, 45, and Bronstein, 52, who married on Feb. 14, 1998, said in a statement the dissolution was "amicable and mutual." They have a 3-year-old son, Roan.
"We're committed to being great parents and having a friendship, as parents, going forward," they said in the joint statement released in Los Angeles.
Stone, best known for her role in 1992's "Basic Instinct," also appeared in the films "Casino," "Diabolique" and "Gloria."
She and Bronstein made headlines two years ago when a 7-foot-long Komodo dragon attacked his left foot at the Los Angeles Zoo during a private visit arranged by Stone.
Bronstein was rushed to UCLA Medical Center following the attack, where he underwent emergency surgery to reattach his tendons and rebuild his toe.
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