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#pounditSunday, October 17, 2021

Tony Parker Reportedly Was Suspicious of Eva Longoria and Lance Armstrong

Whatever distractions Tony Parker has battled since his divorce from Eva Longoria, he hasn’t seemed to be bothered on the court. The Spurs are 18-3 and have the best record in the league while Parker has averaged a career-high 7.1 assists per game. Parker’s also shooting 51.8% from the field and a career-high 79.5% on free throws. The focus he’s maintained is shocking in light of the public beating he’s taken.

Parker’s “loyalty” rating in a video game plummeted to zero, and all the entertainment/girly mags only present Eva’s side of the divorce. Because he’s not best friends with Mario Lopez and because he doesn’t feed stories to People, US Weekly, and E!, he’s depicted as a villanous creature while Eva is painted as the victim in the relationship. That apparently is not the case.

Sports by Brooks shared possible details of Longoria’s promiscuous ways when the news first came out, and it’s the side her people don’t want you to see. Additionally, the National Enquirer is getting behind things as well, revealing a more balanced perspective.

According to the Enquirer, “The latest bombshell in the Desperate Housewives star’s nasty divorce battle has Tony Parker wondering if Eva carried on an affair with bicycling champ Lance Armstrong! … It was Eva’s close ties with fellow Texan and Tour de France champ Lance Armstrong that sent Tony’s suspicions into overdrive.”

Lance Armstrong does not exactly have the cleanest dating record, and his character has been called into question before, so engaging in a relationship with Longoria would not be a surprise. I really don’t care what went on between Parker and Longoria’s sham of a marriage, nor about their cheating partners. But I do care about both sides of a story being told, and this helps people see the other side.


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