A San Antonio police officer accuses "Desperate Housewives" star Eva Longoria and her boyfriend, San Antonio Spurs guard Tony Parker, of yelling profanities when asked to move their car.
The couple deny the allegations and Longoria calls the San Antonio police report "highly inaccurate."
The predawn incident happened Saturday.
Parker was cited for impeding traffic and failing to produce a valid Texas driver's license.
The police report says a bicycle officer saw that a car was stopped and impeding traffic, so the officer rapped on the hood with the palm of his hand.
Longoria publicist Liza Anderson says her client and Parker are
expected to press charges.
Anderson says Longoria and Parker are law-abiding and respectful
citizens of the community.
As for the incident, police say Parker, who was behind the wheel, questioned why the officer touched the car, and the couple "began screaming in a verbally abusive and demeaning manner."
Police say Parker began to drive away, almost hitting a man standing nearby.
After being told to stop and get out, Parker showed police a French driver's license, although records showed he has a Texas driver's license.
The officer who wrote the citations said Parker complained: "This is all the cops do, just mess with people."
Longoria allegedly shouted from the car: "He's just a Mexican bike cop. He only wants your autograph."
Longoria, who's a native of Corpus Christi, denied making the comment.
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