Ram owner Georgia Frontiere has filed for divorce from her seventh husband, who was released from prison last September after serving time on tax charges related to ticket scalping.
In the divorce petition filed March 31 in Santa Monica Superior Court, Georgia Frontiere cited “irreconcilable differences” with Dominic Frontiere.
Terms of the property settlement were not revealed, but attorney Richard Marmaro, who helped represent Dominic during his criminal trial, said the settlement does not affect the ownership of the Rams.
Dominic Frontiere did not officially hold any position with the team.
The divorce proceedings are scheduled to become final Sept. 31. A spokesman for the Rams said neither the team owner nor the club would have any comment.
The Frontieres were married July 21, 1980. The previous year, Georgia’s sixth husband, Carroll Rosenbloom, drowned while swimming in Florida. He had owned the Rams, and his widow inherited the National Football League team.
Dominic Frontiere, 56, an award-winning composer, was indicted in June of 1986 on three counts stemming from the scalping of more than 2,500 tickets to the 1980 Super Bowl in Pasadena.