Eva leaving Tony over ‘inappropriate’ texts

Eva Longoria Parker is leaving her husband, Tony Parker. The couple had a fairy-tale Paris wedding in 2007, but the actress filed for divorce Wednesday.

So what went wrong? Well, for almost the past year, according to Us magazine, the basketball star has had an, er, text-ual relationship with a female friend. The mag claimed Tony confessed to exchanging “inappropriate” messages with the woman, as many as hundreds in a month.

“Eva is heartbroken by the betrayal,” one source said.

“Once the trust was lost, the marriage was over,” a pal of the “Desperate Housewives” star said. “Eva truly thought she was going to grow old with Tony and have children with him. She’s inconsolable.”

We cannot help but wonder just how inappropriate these texts were, if they were capable of destroying a marriage.

Any bets on how long before they are leaked?

Parent Trap

We are a little confused about Lindsay Lohan’s current family situation. First, TMZ reported that the starlet was once again on the outs with father Michael after a brief reconciliation — because he showed up at her door unannounced while she had a day pass to leave the Betty Ford Center.

Now the paparazzi website has reversed course, saying LiLo is “impressed” with her dad’s efforts to reconnect, but is now “wary” of mother Dina.

Though the “Machete” star has long been close to her so-called momager, Dina’s appearance on the “Today” show last week — which Lindsay urged her not to do — was a “wake-up call,” according to TMZ. The actress was “furious” when DiLo opted to discuss her daughter’s addiction on national TV and is reportedly now beginning to believe what many observers have long suspected: Her mother is a big part of her problems.

Lindsay has reportedly been skeptical of Dina’s motives ever since and is beginning to believe that her mother’s “demonization” of her father has blinded her to the fact that they are equally responsible for their daughter’s fragile psychological state.

And, apparently, her treatment team agrees: An insider told Radar Online that Betty Ford therapists are concerned that the ill will between her parents could affect Lindsay’s progress, as Dina is not really on board with the father-daughter reconciliation thing.

We have said it before and we will say it again: Lindsay should ditch both these fame-seekers and hire Jamie Spears to take over her affairs. It worked wonders for Britney!

Amber’s Antics

“Teen Mom” star Amber Portwood has entrusted daughter Leah to the care of baby-daddy Gary Shirley — and according to new reports, that is probably for the best.

First, Star magazine published pictures purporting to show Amber’s cluttered, dirty, child-unfriendly apartment. And more damningly, Life&Style magazine reported that the underage mom has been partying with alcohol and prescription meds.

At an Oct. 29 house party, Amber “pulled out a bottle of pills,” a fellow reveler told the tabloid — “she said she needs to watch how much she drinks because she’s on something.” And she reportedly made out with a guy in front of other guests.

“Frankly, it doesn’t look like Amber’s in any hurry to get Leah back,” an insider said. That is probably for the best.

Kitty Raymond is an entertainment writer and astrologer. She welcomes feedback at kitty@media-darling.com.

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