MIAMI - The producers of the VH1 television series Basketball Wives came out smelling like freshly picked roses.
Dade County Circuit Judge Erasmus "The Gray Gavel" Oberdorf ruled against Eva Longoria who was suing on grounds that she was supposed to have been given a part on season three of the series.
Longoria claimed that one of the directors had taken her out to dinner and then dancing afterwards and he had told her that he wanted for her to join the cast.
Eva, who divorced San Antonio Spurs Tony Parker last year, readily agreed to join the cast since her show Desperate Housewives was on hiatus.
The director identified as Buxton Stillenbrock according to Ms. Longoria offered her, her very own double wide trailer on the set lot whereas the other wives all had single wides.
Shaunie O'Neal, ex-wife of Shaquille O'Neal exploded when she heard about what Stillenbrock had offered Longoria.
O'Neal also learned that Longoria had been promised her very own hair stylist, manicurist, company BMW, an 85-inch big screen TV, and the unlimited use of a company helicopter.
Evelyn Lozada, ex-fiancee of Antoine Walker and now engaged to football's Chad Ochocinco said that she could not believe all of the personal amenities that Miss Longoria was receiving.
Tami Roman, ex-wife of Kenny Anderson remarked that maybe she would change her last name to Ramirez so she could get all kinds of really neat things.
Longoria revealed to Margarita Mixx of The Tinsel Town Times Tribune that the other women were just jealous of her because she has a fantastically sensuous body that all of their ex-husbands, ex-boyfriends, ex-fiances, fiances, and husbands would love to get a shot at.
But Longoria smiled and said that her heart, mind, soul, and all of her body parts belong to Eduardo Cruz, Penelope's little brother.
In a related story. Eva Longoria says that she is not too concerned over the ruling since she has just been offered to appear in four episodes of 'The Real Housewives of Intercourse, Pennsylvania.'