Eva Longoria Talks About Divorce

Eva Longoria has, after a long week of rumors in the media, confirmed that she has filed for divorce from her husband, NBA player Tony Parker. The filing was made public yesterday when Eva Longoria submitted the paperwork in Los Angeles Superior Court. Eva Longoria, most recognized for her role in the "Desperate Housewives" television series married Parker, the professional basketball player for the San Antonio Spurs, three years ago.

Commenting on the divorce filing, Eva Longoria went on on the record, saying: "It is with great sadness that after seven years together, Tony and I have decided to divorce," Longoria said in a statement Wednesday afternoon. "We love each other deeply and pray for each other's happiness."

In the paperwork that Eva Longoria filed with the Los Angeles Court system, she indicated that irreconcilable differences were the cause for the divorce.

Since rumors of the divorce began running earlier in the week, stories of Tony Parker's infidelities began hitting headlines across the country. Many of the stories involve two scenarios sure to upset Eva Longoria and lead her to divorce. The first of which involved Tony Parker's cosistent text messaging with other women - often racking up hundreds of messages in recent months. The more serious allegations of his cheating link him to a former teammates wife, Erin Barry, who is currently involved in her own divorce now with former NBA player Brent Barry.

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