Eva Longoria Removes Tattoo of Ex

Eva Longoria is moving on with her life and has removed a tattoo meant to honor ex-husband Tony Parker. Longoria and Parker called it quits in 2010 after being married for three years.

According to reports, Longoria was having trouble removing the tattoo with laser therapy and reached out to Hollywood's Dr. Tattoff, who was able to finally remove the tattoo two days ago. That tattoo's design was a tribute to Parker's playing for the San Antonio Spurs and was the word "NINE" on the back of her neck. Longoria has two other tattoos celebrating her relationship with Parker, including one of their wedding date.

Longoria and Parker divorced in 2010 after she allegedly found hundreds of text messages from Parker to Erin Barry. She filed for divorce, citing "irreconcilable differences." Parker then filed for divorce in another state, which was finalized in Jan. 2011.

Longoria has been dating Eduardo Cruz, younger brother of Penelope Cruz, since her divorce. The two have been seen vacationing together and in an interview with Spanish Vanity Fair, Longoria said, "Love did not work with that person [Parker]. But it can work with another. The only thing I will say is I was very lucky to find Edu."

She has also said, "There's a reason I fell in love and got married. I believed in it. Supposedly I should be angry, resentful and disillusioned about relationships. But I'm not."