"Extra's" Mario Lopez caught up with good friend Eva Longoria Parker to get her thoughts on Nicollette Sheridan's shocking allegations against "Desperate Housewives" creator Marc Cherry.
"Mark Cherry, nicest guy in the world. Wouldn't hurt a fly," Eva told Mario.
In court papers filed by Sheridan on Monday, the actress claims she was fired from the show after complaining Cherry struck her in the face on-set.
Longoria also called Ryan Seacrest's KIIS-FM radio show on Wednesday morning to discuss the scandal. "I'm really confused about this whole thing. I would love to see her to find out if everything's okay," she said.
Eva wasn't on-set at the time, so she doesn't know any details about the alleged incident, but she says, "I know they did have a thing on-set," she told Ryan. "I guess it was a couple years ago. It's so long ago, the actual incident, and I wasn't on set when it happened. Apparently, this incident had happened, and she felt it was wrong."
The "Housewives" star is hopeful that this will all be worked out. "It's a big lawsuit. I mean, it's a big deal. And you know, I love the show so much that I would hate for anything to really tarnish the reputation of the show."