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EVA Longoria Parker, pictured, "didn't know" Nicollette Sheridan had a problem with Marc Cherry.
The Desperate Housewives actress is astonished by her former co-star's claims the show's creator slapped her, resulting in her getting written out of the series after complaining, because she was not on set at the time of the alleged incident in September 2008.
She said: "He's funny and sweet . and probably couldn't harm a fly. I do know they had a thing on set. I guess it was a couple of years ago. Nicollette's a sweet girl, too. I'm really confused about this thing."
The actress also admitted she was concerned the allegations - for which Sheridan is suing the TV executive for $20million (about R146million) - will "tarnish" the reputation of the show.
She said in an interview with Ryan Seacrest on his KISS FM radio show: "It's a big lawsuit, it's a big deal, I love the show so much that I would hate for anything to really tarnish the reputation of the show. I really would like all of it to go away."
The 35-year-old brunette beauty - who plays Gabrielle Solis - hasn't spoken to Sheridan since her departure, but would like to get back in touch with her.
Sheridan, who portrayed maneater Edie Britt in the show, filed a lawsuit against Cherry at Los Angeles superior court on Monday, which alleged assault and battery, gender violence and wrongful termination. - Bang