Billy Ray Cyrus' Wife Files for Divorce

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TLC is prepping 18 new series and specials including "Homecoming," a Billy Ray Cyrus-hosted series that reunites soldiers with their loved ones.

Tish Cyrus, who has been married to the country star for 19 years, is seeking full custody of their 13-year-old son.

Tish Cyrus, the wife of country icon Billy Ray Cyrus, has filed for divorce.

Documents obtained by TMZ show she cites "irreconcilable differences" in her court filing.

The couple have been married for 19 years. They have five children together, including Miley Cyrus, and their youngest, 13-year-old Noah Cyrus, who is the only child still a minor.

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Tish Cyrus has requested full legal and physical custody of Noah, with visitation for Billy Ray Cyrus. In addition, she has asked for spousal support and legal fees.

The filing comes two years after Billy Ray Cyrus stopped divorce proceedings he had initiated in 2010.

Though it may be unrelated, Miley Cyrus tweeted at her father Thursday, June 13:

The Hollywood Reporter has reached out to Billy Ray Cyrus’ camp for comment.