Eva Longoria filed for divorce from Tony Parker on Wednesday amid rumors of infidelity, and her good friend Mario Lopez has confirmed that she found hundreds of texts from a mutual female friend on Tony's phone.
The other woman is Erin Barry, the wife of Tony's former Spurs teammate Brent Barry, according to Sports Illustrated writer Bryan Armen Graham.
"Have it on good authority from entertainment sources that "former teammate" in Tony Parker-Eva Longoria affair is Brent Barry," Graham tweeted. "Don't have much else on Parker/Longoria affair. Source did mention Barry and wife are going through a divorce." And: "Longoria said she found text messages from wife of a former teammate on Parker's phone. Source says former teammate was Barry."
Graham does not reveal his source. The four friends-plus are pictured at left.
Billy Bush of Access Hollywood contacted Erin for comment.
"We spoke to erin barry...Brent Barry's wife from San Antonio Spurs...she cried and said "No comment". #ahcom. TP was texting her," he tweeted.
TMZ spoke with Brent Barry's father, NBA Hall of Famer Rick Barry, who said his son would be "devastated" by the news.
"I feel horrible for my son," Rick said. "I'm in shock. I knew [Erin] was moving out of the house soon and SHE was the one that filed for divorce. This is the straw that broke the camel's back."
When Radaronline.com asked Erin's brother Casey for a reaction to the allegations, he said, "When we are ready to speak about this, we will contact the press."
Extra reports that Tony may have cheated on Eva with another woman earlier in their marriage and the show's host, Mario Lopez, will reveal more about their conversation on Wednesday night's episode.
"Eva wants everyone to know, she's devastated by the rumors of Tony's infidelity," he said. "She loved her husband and is heartbroken about their split."
Eva broke her silence over Twitter on Wednesday. "It is with great sadness that after 7 years together, Tony and I have decided to divorce. We love each other deeply and pray for each other's happiness," she wrote.