"Desperate Housewives" actress Eva Longoria and her basketball star husband Tony Parker officially divorced, TMZ reported Monday.

The former couple's lawyers filed papers that officially ended the marriage Friday in a Texas courthouse. The divorce went through amicably, with Longoria agreeing to dismiss the divorce petition she filed in LA County Superior Court, allowing the pair to end their marriage in the same state where they signed a prenuptial agreement.

Longoria filed for divorce Nov. 17, citing "irreconcilable differences" in the wake of allegations Parker, 28, had a "sexting relationship" with the wife of former teammate Brent Barry.

Parker admitted he texted Barry's wife, Erin, but said they did not have a physical affair. The Barrys divorced earlier this month.