Eva Longoria Claims Apple Employees Breached Privacy Policy By Contacting Her Directly

In the wake of the celeb hacking scandal, Eva Longoria has claimed her own privacy was breached by more than one Apple employee in Texas.

Longoria sat down with Billy Bush and Kit Hoover for Access Hollywood Live and as the leaked photo scandal came up, she disclosed that an employee at an Apple store admitted to taking her information and actually contacted her.

"I've had a lot of problems of people breaking into my email," Longoria said.

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Asked if she was hacked, Longoria explained what happened.

"Not hacked, just go get it from the stores and I had a big problem with that," she said.

Longoria claimed she was contacted without permission.

"Wait, what were they sending you? Like, 'Hi Eva, my name is John?'" Hoover asked.

"Yeah. 'I made a dress I want to send it to you, I work at the Apple Store here in San Antonio' and I'm like… what? Did someone give out my email? Or my phone! 'I saw your phone number from your profile, I just wanted to call and say hi I'm a fan.' …There are a lot of privacy issues," Longoria said.

Access contacted Apple stores in and near San Antonio but no one was familiar with Longoria's claim. Access contacted corporate offices of Apple but were unable to reach a spokesperson for comment. Longoria’s interview with Billy Bush and Kit Hoover will air on Access Hollywood Live on Wednesday, September 3.

-- Access Hollywood Staff

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