Is Erin Barry the other woman being blamed for Eva Longoria's divorce?

The two couples in happier days
As details emerge concerning the surprise split of Eva Longoria and Tony Parker rumors are rife about the identify of the other woman who could be the cause of the split.

The latest reports suggest that San Antonio Spurs star Parker was going behind Longoria's back.

The other woman is supposed to be Erin Kelly, wife of his former teammate Brent Barry  according to a Sports Illustrated reporter.

"Have it on good authority from entertainment sources that 'former teammate' in Tony Parker-Eva Longoria affair is Brent Barry," Bryan Armen Graham Tweeted Wednesday. "Don't have much else on Parker/Longoria affair. Source did mention Barry and wife are going through a divorce."

Brent Barry is the son of NBA Rick Barry, he played with Parker from 2004 to 2008. The two couples were close friends, but it may be more than a coincidence that the two couples are now breaking up.

Access Hollywood reported that Brent filed for divorce from Erin on October 29th. His father told TMZ that Erin had initiated the split.

"I know [Erin] was moving out of the house soon and she was the one that filed for divorce," Rick told TMZ. "This is the straw that broke the camel's back."

Stunned by the news of the supposed affair, Rick told TMZ, "I feel horrible for my son...I'm in shock... [Brent] is going to be devastated. I can't even imagine him going through this ... the divorce was hard enough news."

With mounting speculation about the identity of Parker's alleged affair,  Access Hollywood's Billy Bush Tweeted, "We spoke to Erin Barry...Brent Barry's wife from San Antonio Spurs...she cried and said 'No comment.'"

Watch this space it seems!


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