Eva Longoria and Tony Parker have finalized their divorced, Access Hollywood has confirmed.
A court officially ended things for the all-star couple on Friday in Texas, where Parker filed late last year to end their three-year marriage.
Both Longoria and Parker, a basketball player for the San Antonio Spurs, filed for divorce in November 2010. Longoria filed in California.
As previously reported on AccessHollywood.com, Longoria filed first, citing “irreconcilable differences.” Parker filed a few days later, claiming in his paperwork that the marriage had become “insupportable because of discord or conflict of personalities,” according to court documents previously posted online.
Just as the news that Longoria had filed for divorce emerged, rumors of text message flirting quickly surfaced, linking Parker to Erin Barry, the wife of his former teammate Brent Barry. Both Parker and Barry denied the rumors.
Longoria, 35, and Parker, 28, tied the knot in France in July 2007 after becoming engaged in November 2006.
The two first met in November 2004, when Longoria – a big Spurs fan – paid a visit to the team’s locker room following a game.