Well, just as that Britney song would put it, another day, another drama. No, please don't think I've suddenly become a Britney fanatic or something, I just got stuck with that stupid song "Piece of Me" playing over and over again in my ear. But what better remedy to chase away bad memories than a hot piece of Eva Longoria/Tony Parker scandal? I was telling you yesterday about how a French model by the name of Alexandra Paressant came forward claiming she did the nasty with Eva Longoria's husband.
To be honest, the first thing that came to my mind when I heard about it was an image of Eva (which I always imagined as a bit of a control freak) screaming at Tony and calling him a liar and a sex addict. But that was just my imagination playing tricks on me. Eva did make a statement - but it was a very boring one, something along the lines of "Tony has been nothing short of the perfect husband."
Yes, she actually said that. The only cheesier thing would have been to call him "the love of her life". I actually thought she'd have to wait until she was dead before she made that particular determination. And Tony, of course, responded with an equally teary "I love my wife. She's the best thing in my life, and I have never been happier". Yes, but we're not talking about love here, we're talking about sex. Two completely different things. My, aren't I a cynic today?
The funny part is that the French model who claims to have bumped uglies with Tony is also upping the game, by putting forward some text messages that allegedly came from Tony
and that basically set up meetings between the two. The gossip site X17, which broke the story, claims that in fact these texts are "just a few of the text messages" that Alexandra sent to Parker, and that there are more coming up.
It's interesting to note that the time and date stamps on the texts send back to September this year - which would seem to confirm the model's initial story. Only trouble is, there are few things in this world easier to forge than a text message - time and date included. The French model's shady reputation sure doesn't help, either. So I appreciate the effort, but I really think that this story sure needs more hard evidence in order to stand. But never fear - I have a feeling we definitely haven't seen the end of this story. Stay tuned and you'll soon know more.