UPDATE: Eva filed for divorce Wednesday morning, People reports. The papers were filed in Los Angeles Superior Court.
TMZ has the papers in which Eva cites "irreconcilable differences" and asks Tony for spousal support. There was reportedly a prenup.
PREVIOUSLY: On Tuesday Eva Longoria's rep shot down reports that the actress and her husband Tony Parker have filed for divorce, but multiple sources are reporting that the couple has split and Eva will file divorce papers soon.
Eva is leaving her marriage after discovering Tony has been exchanging hundreds of text messages with a mutual female friend for almost a year, Us Weekly reports.
"Eva is heartbroken by the betrayal," a source told the magazine. Another friend said, "Once the trust was lost, the marriage was over."
People reports that the woman Tony exchanged texts with is the wife of one of his San Antonio Spurs teammates.
A source tells People that Eva was "totally and completely blindsided" by the cheating reports and plans to file divorce papers as early as Wednesday.
Eva and Tony were married in Paris in 2007.