The alleged text messages from Tony Parker to model Alexandra Paressant have surfaced. According to X17online.com, they have the proof that Eva Longoria's husband was, at least, communicating with Alexandra.
The texts were originally written in French but, lucky for me, have been translated. Here they are: "Are you coming or not? I would love to see you." "I'm at the hotel, relax. We're going to see each other on Thur. anyway." "I'm back in Barcelona; call me when you get back." "Come; I'm at the Park Hyatt." That sounds like something to me, but text messages can't really be considered proof. Anyone can fake that, just ask J.R. Rotem. Eva's rep told Usmagazine.com, of rumors of Tony's infidelity: "These allegations are completely, 100% false and untrue. All high profile couples fall victim to these sorts of things in the course of their relationships. It appears that this is not the first time this woman has used an athlete to gain public notoriety." Poor Eva is on the cover of the new issue of UK Glamour, hitting newsstands today in London, in which she tells mag exactly why her marriage to Tony works. "Both of us have these amazing lives separately, but they are second to being us, second to the relationship. We'll have our fights, our ups and downs, but no matter what, we want to be together and be married." Is it possible that this will just be considered "a down"?