Rush Limbaugh to divorce
Spokesman says decision unrelated to addiction
MIAMI (CNN) -- Radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh and his wife, Marta, are divorcing, Limbaugh's spokesman said.
Tony Knight said in a statement that the two "mutually decided to end their marriage of ten years." The divorce is amicable, he said.
This was the third marriage for each.
Knight said the divorce is not related to Limbaugh's struggle with painkiller addiction or an investigation into how he obtained the pills. State prosecutors have not charged Limbaugh with any crime.
Limbaugh and his wife share a $24 million mansion in Palm Beach.
The staunchly conservative talk show host is the highest-paid radio personality.