December 28. 2007
Model Alexandra Paressant’s infidelity claims against San Antonio Spur basketball player Tony Parker is going up in smoke. Last week I commented on “the holes in her story” asking whether or not “she and X17 could fill them in.”
Well, it looks like someone else is filling in those holes this week and not in a way that is helpful to Paressant or X17. Huffington Post and People magazine writer Dana Kennedy has been shooting more holes in her story than a rapper in a drive by.
Parker, once again, denies even meeting her, though she is alleging an adulterous sexual relationship with him. While I’m no authority on sex, aren’t you supposed to be in the same room for it to happen.
Among the highlights listed in the exposé Kennedy alleges the following:
1. Paressant used other models photos for her MySpace page. This I believe. In searching for photos to accompany the articles I wrote about the Paressant scandal, from pic to pic her eyes and facial bone structure looked different. Models are often chameleons, but it’s hard to change the shape of your eyes, forehead and jaw line from pic to pic, as those usually remain constant.
Side bar: she has a fan page on MySpace that didn’t look very new – who created that?
2. Paressant allegedly conned famous model Hana Nitsche into doing a video about “Tony Parker” in which she told her to say he is “a wonderful lover.” I wrote about that a couple weeks ago and commented on how “spacey” she looked in that video, comparing her to Jessica Simpson. It just looked like bad acting. It was odd.
Turns out Paressant told Nitsche the video was an audition for a film and fed her the lines to say. That’s scary that someone would go that far.
3. Paressant pasted pics together of herself with photos of Ronaldinho and digitally altered them to make it appear they were a couple, then flooded message boards with items about them dating. She then went on to tell the press that she kept him up having sex and playing video games and it led to him playing poorly and Brazil losing the World Cup.
For the rest of Kennedy’s exposé visit: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/dana-kennedy
Story found here
6 Months After Marriage Basketball Player Tony Parker Is Being Accused Of Infidelity
December 14. 2007
A pretty French model, Alexandra Paressant, 26 has publicly accused basketball player Tony Parker, 25, husband of actress Eva Longoria, 32, of cheating on his wife with her. She said she was at his wedding and Parker allegedly winked at her and they began sleeping together not long after.
The model made the sensational claims to photo agency X17. While X17 isn’t exactly a beacon of integrity in journalism, many believe the model’s claims.
Some have written her off as a fraud (TMZ
ero), because she was sued in 2006 by her alleged former sex partner, soccer player Ronaldinho, for telling the Brazilian public they lost the World Cup because he kept staying up late at night with her having sex and playing video games in their hotel room. She destroyed his image in his country.
Talk about a terrible press quote. This chick maybe telling the truth, maybe she’s not, but one thing’s for sure, she’s got a big mouth.
Tony Parker did not deny the allegations, his wife and publicist did. All he said was he loves his wife. Then again his first language is French, and maybe he doesn’t know how to say the following in English, “I did not have sexual relations with that woman.” You teach him how to say it, Bubba (Bill Clinton).
Tony Parker And Eva Longoria
I am not going to write this could not have possibly happened, as in Hollywood infidelity is more common than fidelity. But having written that, I will say she seems a little spacey in those X17 videos calling Parker a “wonderful lover” then looking vacantly into space, as though she has the intelligence quota of Jessica Simpson.
The vile low blows she listed in detailing his wife’s alleged shortcomings in bed is also quite juvenile. Women who think there is power in that kid themselves. Just because you allege you do things his wife won’t do, doesn’t mean he will leave her for you.
I’ve seen many marriages in the entertainment industry come and go – from reggae to R&B to pop stars. Men that cheated on singers, actresses, models and centerfolds. Men that cheated with singers, actresses, models and centerfolds…and still didn’t marry them.
If a man loves you, he will marry you, regardless of what you will or won’t do. If he doesn’t love you, he won’t marry you…(well, unless it’s a shotgun wedding).
This case and its snide remarks reminds me of the Rebecca Loos incident regarding David Beckham and separately, a mistress of Eric Benet’s telling all while he was married to Halle Berry.
Certain women like telling all and disparaging the wives in attempts at upsetting them. It’s not unique to any country or race. Hey, you’ve got tramps in every country.
However, I don’t understand women that seek to destroy the marriages of other women that didn’t do anything to them. It’s mean on every level and very cruel.
The man didn’t rape you, there was no crime committed, so why come forward and say all this when you know he is married. What are you hoping to accomplish.
In this case the question is, can and will the Parkers sue. Is there enough credible evidence to show she is telling the truth or engaging in massive defamation and slander.
Story found here