Grey's wife files for divorce


The wife of Paramount Pictures boss Brad Grey has filed for divorce after 25 years of marriage.

Jill Grey cited irreconcilable differences in her Superior Court filing Tuesday. The Greys have an 18-year-old son and a 12-year-old daughter.

Brad Grey became chairman and chief executive officer of Paramount Pictures in 2005, tasked with reviving Paramount after the studio struggled through several box-office flops under previous leadership.

His producing credits include the cable TV series "The Larry Sanders Show" and "The Sopranos." He also produced films such as "The Wedding Singer," "Scary Movie" and "The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford."

Grey has been questioned as a witness by the FBI and testified before a federal grand jury in the case against Anthony Pellicano, the private investigator accused of wiretapping celebrities and others to help clients in legal disputes.

Grey has denied any wrongdoing and a spokeswoman said he is not a target in the investigation.

Prosecutors have been interested in two lawsuits filed against Grey in which his attorney, Bert Fields, used the services of Pellicano.