Reports: San Antonio Police At Barry Family Home

Multiple media reports Thursday indicated that the San Antonio Police are currently paying a visit to the former family home of now-separated Brent and Erin Barry.

Police at Barry Family Home

The SAN ANTONIO DISPATCH reported on its website Thursday afternoon:

According to multiple sources in San Antonio, police have been called to the house previously shared by Brent Barry and his wife, Erin Barry. The reason for police presence is unknown at this point.

Erin Barry was thrust into the national spotlight yesterday when it was confirmed she was Tony Parker’s other woman in the rumored texting scandal.

Shortly after filing divorce, sources close to Eva Longoria claimed that Tony had an ongoing relationship with the wife of a teammate. Obviously, that teammate turned out to be Brent Barry, who was Tony’s teammate for four seasons on the San Antonio Spurs.

Brent Barry filed for divorce on October 29th in Bexar County.

(Above) is a picture of Brent Barry and Erin Barry’s house, which they purchased in November of 2004. It’s located in Terell Hills and valued at over $2 million.

Meanwhile KESN-TV producer Cassandra Lazenby Tweeted a similar story from San Antonio just before the Dispatch report hit the web.

A San Antonio media member who asked not to be named told me the police were responding to complaints about paparazzi and media stationed outside the house - though authorities have not yet confirmed that as the reason for the visit.

Meanwhile X17Online reported Thursday that media has indeed “descended” on the L.A.-area residence of Erin Barry:

Police have been patrolling the beachside home since news broke of the rumored phone affair as the impetus for Eva Longoria filing for divorce yesterday. Mrs. Barry is believed to be holed up inside the oceanfront house avoiding the press. Ironically, she and her husband Brent, a former Spurs teammate of Tony’s, are also going through a divorce

I’ll have more as this story develops.

Follow Brooks on Twitter for real-time updates.