Tony Parker Sues Website That Claimed He Cheated On Eva Longoria

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Tony Parker has sued a celebrity gossip Web site that publishing stories that claimed he had an affair with a French model. The San Antonio Spurs star sued X17online.com on Wednesday in Superior Court, alleging it posted a series of "false and defamatory" stories claiming Parker cheated on his wife, actress Eva Longoria. He's seeking at least $40 million in damages.

"This is false. It never happened. And X17 had to know that the story was false, or, at the very least, it had to have entertained serious doubts about the credibility of its supposed source," the lawsuit said.

The lawsuit also alleged that X17 never contacted Parker, Longoria or their representatives before running the stories, and refused to retract them after being told the claims were false.

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Read previous denials and see the model's adultery claims