Director Michael Moore and his wife of 21 years are divorcing, according to People.com.
Mr. Moore, 59, filed a divorce petition against wife Kathleen Glynn, 55, in an Antrim County, Mich., court on June 21, noting that there was "no reasonable likelihood that the marriage can be preserved," Michigan's Mlive.com reported Friday.
Ms. Glynn worked with her husband as producer on several of his films, including "Bowling for Columbine," "Sicko" and "Fahrenheit 9/11."
The couple owned a home, valued at $1.2 million on the state's scenic Torch Lake. They married in 1991 in Flint, Mr. Moore's hometown.
He chronicled the automotive city's woes in his 1989 documentary "Roger & Me," the first of nine films. He is also the author of eight books.
Ms. Glynn, who is also from Flint, studied at Mott Community College and was a onetime contributing writer to Mr. Moore's publication, The Flint Voice.
According to reports, the divorce papers say the couple have no children and no longer live together.
Mr. Moore's complaint seeks a temporary order and judgement dissolving the marriage and restraining both parties from selling or transferring the couple's assets to others, including stocks, bonds, limited liability companies, real estate, household furniture and works of fine art.