A police officer in Texas is accusing "Desperate Housewives" actress Eva Longoria and her boyfriend, San Antonio Spurs guard Tony Parker, of yelling profanities and insulting him after he asked them to move their car which was blocking traffic.
The officer reported that after he had touched Parker's car, the celebrity couple "began screaming in a verbally abusive and demeaning manner" and that Eva called the officer a "Mexican bike cop".
Police say Parker began to drive away and almost hit a man standing nearby. He was then told to stop and get out. Parker showed the cop a French driver's license -- although cops say their records show he has a Texas license.
Parker was given a ticket for impeding traffic and failing to produce a valid U.S. driver's license. The couple deny the allegations and Eva called the police report "highly inaccurate."
Her publicist said, "I believe the couple will be pressing charges in conjunction with this incident. They are intent on setting the record straight. Both Tony and Eva are law-abiding and respectful citizens of the community." More from local news.