Stacey Dash, who is best known for her role as Dionne in the 1995 teen film "Clueless," has been granted a divorce from her husband of two years, actor Emmanuel Xuereb.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Dash filed for a divorce and restraining order against Xuereb in January 2010 and told police that he had hit her throughout her marriage but she had been afraid to tell police.
This marks Dash's third divorce. The actress was previously married to Brian Lovell from 1999 until 2005 and James Maby from 2005 until 2006.
Dash has two children, son Austin, who was born in 1991, with R&B singer and former boyfriend Christopher Williams and daughter Lola, who was born in 2003, with her ex-husband Brian Lovell.
Xuereb has appeared in TV series like "Criminal Minds," "Cold Case" and "Dark Reel."
Dash, 45, recently left her VH1 series "Single Ladies," where she starred as Val Stokes. The actress has also appeared on "The Game," the "Clueless" television spinoff and "St. Elsewhere."
The actress told CNN that she was leaving "Single Ladies," which was filmed in Atlanta, to go back to Los Angeles to spend time with her children.