‘American Horror Story’ star Leslie Grossman’s husband, Jon Bronson, has filed for divorce from the actress after over 20 years of marriage.
According to new legal documents, obtained by The Blast, Grossman’s husband filed for divorce on Monday in Los Angeles County Courts.
In the filing, Jon is seeking a dissolution of marriage with a minor child. The couple has been married since 1999, and they share one daughter together, Goldie.
Leslie Grossman has been a series regular on Ryan Murphy’s “American Horror Story” series since 2017 when she first appeared in the “Cult” season. She also appeared in “Apocalypse,” and most recently starred as psychopathic camp murderer Margaret Booth in “1984.”
On AHS, Grossman portrayed a character named Meadow Wilton and a flashback version of the infamous serial killer and Manson Family gang member, Patricia Krenwinkel. Also, a year later she was promoted to series regular portraying witch Coco St. Pierre Vanderbilt.
Grossman frequently collaborates with mega-producer Ryan Murphy, appearing on 4 of his projects, including Popular, Nip/Tuck, The New Normal, and American Horror Story.
It’s unclear if the couple will have any issues with custody or divided their community property, it appears Leslie has yet to respond to the divorce.
‘American Horror Story’ has made huge headlines in the past few days after Ryan Murphy hinted at a HUGE possible appearance by Ariana Grande.
Last week, creator Ryan Murphy joined the other 182 Million people and starting following Ariana Grande on Instagram.
Of course, fans of the shore jumped at the move and lit up social media with the conspiracy theory that this was the first step of their collaboration. Plus, at the time, Murphy only followed one other person on the platform—his husband, David Miller.
Fans pointed out the timing was also suspicious because he followed her on the same day he gave an update about AHS Season 10. In the update, Murphy posted a photo of the rubber man, a recurring character on the show.
“Coming soon…” he captioned the post.