AUDIO: Eva Longoria Says Sued Desperate Housewives' Creator "Couldn't Hurt A Fly"

Apr. 7 2010, Published 2:08 p.m. ET

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Eva Longoria Parker rang into Ryan Seacrest's KIIS FM show Wednesday morning and shared that she was   in the dark about her Desperate Housewives ex-cast mate Nicolette Sheridan's lawsuit against show creator Marc Cherry.

Eva admitted she learned about the lawsuit by listening to Ryan's show! She acknowledged that there was "an incident" between Sheridan and Cherry on set a while back, but said she was unclear about exactly what happened.

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Eva said that from what she ascertained, "Something happened on set a couple of years ago - Nicolette felt it was wrong."

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She added: "Something happened on set regarding her doing a scene - he was showing her how to do a scene."

Eva defended her boss Marc Cherry, "He's funny and sweet and couldn't harm a fly" and then said about Nicolette, "She's a sweet girl too."

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Eva admitted, "I'm confused about this whole thing. I really would like all of it to go away."

Eva also talked about her philanthropy, introducing her new project, Eva explained that the people of Haiti are suffering, with the rainy season upon them and 700,000 people still homeless following the massive earthquake that rocked the impoverished nation back in January.

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Eva said that "People are forgetting about Haiti" and that they "will be getting no relief anytime soon." 

To donate to Eva's charity of choice go to their website.



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