Tony Parker was accused of cheating on his new wife Eva Longoria with French model Alexandra Paressant by paparazzi agency scum bags X17, and I can’t think of any paparazzi agency more deserving of losing that lawsuit. Tony filed a $20 million dollar lawsuit in Santa Monica this afternoon against photo agency X17.
In the lawsuit Parker alleges X17 defamed him, claiming, “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.”
Tony also says that X17 never sought to “verify the information with Mr. Parker, Ms. Longoria, any of their representatives or….anyone else who might have knowledge of the truth or falsity of the allegations.”
The suit states, “Tony Parker has never had sexual relations with a woman named Alexandra Paressant.”
In a statement released yesterday to PageSix, X17 defended the story, saying:
"The journalists at X17 conducted extensive research for the reporting of this story and we felt the evidence was too strong to ignore. Alexandra Paressant’s claims were significant and newsworthy and we are continuing to uncover more details each day in our continued investigation."
Show me the phone records. It’s easy to fake a text message on a phone, but the phone records will show the phone number for text messages sent and received. If X17 doesn’t have those, then they’d better start selling stuff to come up with Tony’s money. Go Tony!
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