Eva Longoria is Out For Revenge

The Superficial | November 18, 2010 - 11:40 am

Because revenge is a dish best served caliente, papi – I’ll go shoot myself in the face now. – Eva Longoria apparently was out for blood after discovering Tony Parker’s sextual messages with Erin Barry, wife of his former Spurs teammate Brent Barry. This, of course, confirmed everything I already said yesterday because I’m Nostradamus’ brother Boobsanonamus. — And firing that gun again. RadarOnline reports:

“They were working out the details about who was going to file and when. They didn’t want it to become a messy divorce. Then Eva got a little revenge and didn’t tell Tony she was filing and dropped the papers on him, catching him off balance for the media blitz.”
While some reports have said the texts between Tony and Eva were “innocent” that’s absolutely not true, RadarOnline.com learned. The texts were flirtatious and sexual and “crossed the line,” a source close to the situation revealed.
Erin’s marriage to Brent is over, the source says, and while she and Parker traded sexual texts Parker insists their relationship never became physical. “Look, any wife is going to be upset with what Tony did, but he swears the relationship with Erin stopped there and they never had sex,” the source told RadarOnline.com.
“And Parker also says the text messages ended months ago.”
Even so, Eva and Tony agreed many weeks ago to divorce. “They were discussing how to proceed for a while,” the source said. “Suddenly, Eva not only filed the papers but then went public with Tony’s relationship with Erin. He was surprised, to say the least.”

You know what I like most about this whole situation? It confirms the stereotype about spicy Latin women being all loco. Granted, a lot of stereotypes come from places of ignorance, if not pure racism, I’d be remiss not to admit some are handy mental guides to help us react to a situation. For example, every time I meet a redhead with nice jugs, I immediately assume she’s a drug addict and lock her in my closet to prevent a theft. So, you see, stereotypes can be a good thing.

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