Who Is The Alleged Other Woman In Eva Longoria & Tony Parker's Divorce?

Tony Parker and Eva Longoria (Inset: Erin Barry) Tony Parker and Eva Longoria (Inset: Erin Barry)

On the heels of the news of Eva Longoria and Tony Parker’s divorce, reports began to swirl claiming there was another woman involved – possibly the wife of one of Tony’s current or former San Antonio Spurs teammates.

So who is she?

According to an Access Hollywood source, the woman is allegedly former NBA player Brent Barry’s wife, Erin. Brent played with Tony on the Spurs from 2004 – 2008 and currently works as an analyst for NBA TV.

Brent filed for divorce from Erin on October 29.

Earlier in the day on Wednesday, the source claimed to Access Hollywood that Tony had been exchanging personal text messages with a woman, who is allegedly Erin.

Eva is “devastated and crushed,” the source added.

In her divorce papers, filed in Los Angeles on Wednesday, Eva cited “irreconcilable differences” as the reason for the split and also indicated she was seeking spousal support from Tony.

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Following the filing, both stars took to their Twitter pages to speak out about their split.

“It is with great sadness that after 7 years together, Tony and I have decided to divorce. We love each other deeply and pray for each other’s happiness,” Eva posted on her Twitter page.

Tony also posted an almost identical message on his Twitter page and Facebook page, writing, “It is with great sadness that after 7 years together, Eva and I have decided to divorce. We love each other deeply and pray for each other’s happiness.”

Eva, 35, and Tony, 28, tied the knot in France in July 2007 after getting engaged in November 2006.

When Access called Erin on Wednesday, a woman who answered the phone was audibly emotional and said she had no comment. Access was not able to reach Brent for comment.

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