Eva Longoria's tattoo is history. The former Desperate Housewives star had ex-husband Tony Parker's jersey number (NINE) inked on her back, though it's since been removed, leaving a nasty looking red blotch.
The actress has actually removed all trace of Parker from her body, beginning a series of laser treatments in January to erase the jersey number, a wedding date on her wrist, and Tony's initials (said to be inked on a private, undisclosed part of the body). The removal has taken multiple sessions spaced out over several months, though Longoria gave photographers the first post-laser glimpse while out in Beverly Hills this week. The 37-year-old's 'NINE' tattoo has been completely erased - the nasty red mark will no doubt fade in the coming months. The couple's divorce was finalized in Texas on January 28, 2011.
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Newlyweds Molly and Tim move into the old house of Molly's father to the deep unease of her sister Hannah who believes they should have sold the place when he passed away. A dark and malevolent force starts to terrorise the highly disturbed Molly who believes it's the spirit of her abusive father in the house trying to hurt her. Tim is less convinced to begin with and becomes concerned for his increasingly unhinged wife. As the terrifying disturbances in the house escalate, Hannah tells Molly that they have to leave the house.
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