VIDEO: Eva Longoria Wonders ‘How Did I Get Involved?’ In Desperate Housewives Lawsuit

By Radar Staff

Eva Longoria is wondering out loud how she somehow got involved in her former Desperate Housewives co-star Nicollette Sheridan‘s lawsuit against series creator Marc Cherry.

George Lopez got the usually tight-lipped Longoria to open up about the explosive lawsuit between Sheridan and Cherry on Monday’s Lopez Tonight.

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Sheridan filed the $20-million wrongful termination lawsuit against Cherry last year; in it, she claims he’d struck her twice, in the face and the head. Their trial is slated to begin next month. 

“There is a bit of like a law thing going on between Nicollette Sheridan and Marc Cherry who created Desperate Housewives,” Lopez said. “How did you you get involved in that?”

“I know: How did I get involved?” Longoria said. “I was like, ‘Why did I get pulled into this?’ We all have to give a deposition because what they are fighting about. I just saw that her deposition came out that Marc had said these mean things.”

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“It was at my wedding, and Marc Cherry did a toast and the toast is like a roast so it makes fun of you. I don’t know what she had said, but it was not anything close to what he had said — everybody laughed!

“Like [San Antonio Spurs coach Greg] Popovich did a toast to [Eva's ex, basketball star] Tony [Parker] and roasted him, too. If you take a sentence out of context, you can always …”

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Lopez said, “And that’s what it is?”

“Yeah!” Longoria replied.

Cherry and Sheridan’s trial begins June 8.

Watch the video on RadarOnline.com

 

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