Johnny Knoxville's Marriage Ends
'Jackass' star's marriage lasted nearly 13 years
The "Jackass" daredevil, born Philip John Clapp, is legally single after being married for nearly 13 years, reports People.
The prankster filed for divorce from Melanie Lynn in July 2007, citing irreconcilable differences. The couple had been married since May 1995 and separated in July 2006.
Although the status of the marriage ended as of Thursday, March 20, they still have to hash out their finances and custody arrangments of their daughter, 12-year-old Madison Tatianna Clapp. Knoxville had initially requested joint legal and physical custody.
Knoxville, 37, is best known for inflicting bodily harm on himself in pursuit of laughs or extreme stunts on the MTV show "Jackass." Since then, he's branched into films, including two "Jackass" movies, "Men in Black II," "Walking Tall," "A Dirty Shame," "The Dukes of Hazzard" and "The Ringer."
He recently injured his urethra in a motorcycle stunt gone awry but was not permanently damaged.