Who Gets To Keep Eva Longoria And Tony Parker's Under-Construction Mansion?
Power couple Eva Longoria and Tony Parker are getting a divorce, and their dream home isn't even finished yet (via Zillow).
No one knows who gets to keep it, though the indoor basketball court and location suggest Tony will.
The newlyweds began construction on the $7 million mansion in 2008 in the exclusive Anaqua Springs Ranch neighborhood just outside of San Antonio, Texas. The neighborhood is gated and filled with custom homes that sit on one to four acres of land.
The 10,000 square foot floor plan includes all the amenities perfect for raising a family and entertaining: a guest house, a basketball court complete with Spurs logo, a volleyball court, a tennis court, a pool, and a mini water park.
Of course Eva could always paint on a Lakers logo.
Yeah I agree! He was like 22 or 23 when he met her ( In the team locker room) he
just came into the league a year before. She was much older than him at the team
& she definitely had the mental advantage in that relationship. she defiantly
boxed him in to getting married .
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hmm good question
@figure8 Yall women have brought into that
feminist agenda & it's back fired on yall.
SUCKERS - LITERALY ! LOL