Eva Longoria: Sued following car crash
Actress Eva Longoria has been sued following a car crash in Los Angeles last week.
The 'Desperate Housewives' actress and her husband Tony Parker have been named in court documents filed at the Los Angeles Superior Court by the driver of a car that was involved in a collision with Longoria's vehicle on Hollywood Boulevard on October 21, informs TMZ.
In the documents, the driver Roman Gasparyan has said that, Longoria hit his car after travelling in the opposite direction and making "a sudden lane change into the media lane", where Gasparyan was waiting to turn.
While Parker was not present at the time of the accident, the NBA star has been named in papers as he is the legal owner of the vehicle Longoria was driving.
As well as claiming compensation for his damaged car, Gasparyan is claiming mental and physical suffering, and is seeking unspecified damages.
Longoria's representative previously denied that the actress was at fault in the incident, saying: "There is absolutely no truth to this claim, and any indications to the contrary are completely false and untrue.
"Longoria made no sudden turn, did not violate any traffic violations nor did she make any sudden lane changes.
"The other driver is clearly trying to make a case where there is none. All charges are frivolous, without merit, and will not hold up in a court of law."