Actress Eva Longoria has spoken out about comments made at her wedding to basketball player Tony Parker, suggesting the groom was "gay" for marrying her.
Remarks, allegedly made by Longoria's Desperate Housewives boss Marc Cherry, have been made public as part of former co-star Nicollette Sheridan's ongoing legal spat with the writer and his fellow producers.
TMZ.com obtained documents in Sheridan's wrongful termination suit against Cherry, in which she declared, "I was present at Eva Longoria's wedding to Tony Parker, when Mr. Cherry commented that, 'Tony must like boys, because he is marrying this... little, small girl with no t**s - that looks like a boy."
Appearing on pal George Lopez's late night talk show on Monday, Longoria addressed both the alleged remarks and Sheridan's declaration, insisting she wants no part of her former co-star's dispute with Cherry.
She said, "How did I get dragged into this...? We all have to give a deposition because of what they're fighting about."
And the actress revealed the whole thing has been blown out of proportion by Sheridan.
She added, "Marc Cherry did a toast (at my wedding) and to toast was like a roast, so he makes fun of you. I don't know what she had said but it was not anything close to what he had said. Everyone laughed."