Eva Longoria Files for Divorce From Tony Parker
After a back-and-forth debate as to whether they were actually divorcing over the last 24 hours, Eva Longoria has officially filed for divorce from Tony Parker.
Longoria, who has been married to Parker since July of 2007, filed the papers in Los Angeles Superior court on Wednesday, People is reporting. Just a day earlier, TMZ reported that Parker was the one who filed for divorce in Texas, but both Parker and Longoria shot down the reports.
A rep for the couple told Celebuzz on Tuesday that the divorce reports were "100% false." When contacted by Celebuzz again on Wednesday to clarify the divorce report, the reps said they "are not commenting at this time."
Various publications are reporting that Parker may have been carrying on an extramarital affair, which led to the whirlwind of divorce rumors. Us Weekly reports that Parker had been carrying on a relationship with "a mutual female friend for nearly a year."
Longoria and Parker, 35 and 27 respectively, tied the knot in a dream wedding in 2007 at a castle in France -- Parker's native country. In 2009, infidelity rumors began to surface claiming that Parker had cheated. The couple carried on, making many public appearances, including recently at the 2010 Emmy Awards. Watch them below: