Cynthia Rodriguez wants to know if her estranged husband, New York Yankees star Alex Rodriguez, had her wiretapped and secretly followed, according to court documents filed last week in a Florida court.
In the documents, lawyers for Cynthia Rodriguez, 35, demand from A-Rod "any reports you have received from a detective, investigator or any other person based upon surveillance of your spouse," according to the New York Post.
The lawyers also request "all written memorabilia, reports and photographs submitted to you or your attorney by any person other than yourself" and "all tape recordings and other evidence prepared from tape recordings made in connection with any wiretapping or electronic surveillance conducted by you or others on your behalf."
Monday night, A-Rod, 32, attended an All-Star party he hosted at Jay-Z's 40/40 Club in New York City, hanging out with his mom and Madonna's best pal, Ingrid Casares, the New York Post reported.
In divorce papers filed last week in Miami-Dade County Family Court, Cynthia accused A-Rod of "extramarital affairs" and called their six-year marriage "irretrievably broken."
Cynthia did not name names in her six-page petition. Her lead lawyer, Earle Lilly, denied speculation that Rodriguez had a sexual relationship with Madonna, 49, calling it "an affair of the heart."
It wasn't "sexual infidelity," Lilly told People.com.
Last week, a former Boston stripper said she slept with the Yankee third baseman twice in 2004.
Cynthia and A-Rod have been married for more than five years. She has asked for primary custody of their two children — Nathasha Alexander, 3, and 12-week-old Ella Alexander — as well as child support and alimony.
Rodriguez is in the first season of a $275 million, 10-year contract with the Yankees, a deal that allows him to earn up to $305 million. He made $185.45 million from 2001-7 from his contract with the Texas Rangers and Yankees.
Madonna denies having an affair with Rodriguez, and insists her own marriage to British director Guy Ritchie is not on the verge of ending, despite reports they both have consulted divorce lawyers.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.