Naya Rivera has filed for divorce from Ryan Dorsey for the second time after more than three years of marriage.
According to documents obtained by The Blast, the former star Glee filed at Los Angeles Superior Court on Tuesday, just over a week after the actress was arrested and charged with a misdemeanor domestic assault after he supposedly hit Dorsey while taking his son for a walk in late November.
Rivera, 30, cites "irreconcilable differences" and lists the date of separation as November 24, according to the documents. She requested joint legal and physical custody of her 27-month-old son, Josey Hollis Dorsey, and asked the court to end the ability of both parties to obtain spousal support.
Dorsey, 34, and Rivera were married in July 2014, just three months after their engagement with the rapper, Big Sean ended. In September 2015, the couple welcomed Josey.
Rivera filed a divorce suit with Dorsey in November 2016, but in early October, The Blast reported that the actress submitted a request for dismissal of the divorce documentation. "It is what it is, but I am glad that my family is united," he told PEOPLE, adding that it was "a personal decision."
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Last week, Rivera was seen in Los Angeles after her arrest in West Virginia over the weekend of Thanksgiving. On November 25, Dorsey called 911 about Rivera's "out of control" behavior and requested that a police officer be sent to the scene.
"I just need a police officer, my wife is out of control," Dorsey said in her call to the police, which was obtained by TMZ.
During the phone call, Dorsey confirmed to the officer that Rivera was "going physical" and said there were no weapons. She was arrested and charged with a domestic petty crime.
A media relations officer from the Kanawha County Sheriff's Office could not confirm that Rivera was intoxicated, but told PEOPLE that "that's what the official on the scene believed." A sobriety in the field the test did not happen.
On November 28, Dorsey addressed the incident in a statement on Twitter : "This is a difficult time for everyone in the family, especially for Naya and I. This is not some reality show, This is our life, and I ask all of you, especially the media, to respect our privacy and treat us in this situation how you would like a loved one to be treated. respect, without judgment, and as a negative situation that is, with positivity and love Thank you. -RD "
A representative of Rivera did not immediately respond to PEOPLE's request for comment.