A model claims that Tony Parker cheated on wife Eva Longoria with her in September.
Alexandra Paressant told x17online.com that she was a guest at his July 7 wedding and that the basketball player, 25, looked at her with a wandering eye. They were eventually introduced to each other by mutual friend, soccer player Thierry Henry, she said.
But it wasn’t until September 29 that Paressant claims she and Parker began exchanging sexually explicit text messages and phone calls while Parker was in Paris at the Park Hyatt Hotel.
They then slept together, she said, and continued seeing each other night after night in Paris until he left to San Antonio a short time later.
“We had room service. He said that Eva, sexually speaking, does not want to do certain things,” she said.
“She does not want to make love in front of a mirror, does not like [a] certain position and thinks that sperm gives acne.”
She told x17 that Parker felt obligated to wed Longoria, 32, because “everybody has to get married at a point, but [for him] it is still time to enjoy life.”
When asked if Longoria knew about the fling, Paressant said, “I don’t think she knew about it. She seems quite jealous.”
Paressant said she recently visited Parker in San Antonio October 29 and he showed her the mansion he is building.
She asked him if Parker wanted kids with Longoria, Paressant replied: “Certainly not for now.”
She says she confronted Parker at one point, questioning what would happen if people found out about their fling. His reply: “People can think whatever they want.”
Longoria hasn’t been all faithful herself: She had cheated on Parker with Mario Lopez during their engagement, Us Weekly had reported.
Eva and Tony Parker are standing by their marriage as rumors of infidelity by the NBA star hit Internet gossip sites Wednesday.
“I love my wife,” Parker said in a statement to PEOPLE. “She’s the best thing in my life, and I have never been happier.” Longoria, who took Parker’s name this year after their July nuptials, added, “Tony has been nothing short of the perfect husband.”
Earlier, Longoria’s rep Liza Anderson had called the allegations “completely, 100 percent false and untrue.”