Eva Longoria Says Creepy Apple Employee Stole Her Information, Called Her

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Actress Eva Longoria said employees at an Apple store in San Antonio got her personal information and contacted her.

“I’ve had problems with people breaking into my e-mail,” Longoria said in an interview with “Access Hollywood” that aired Wednesday.

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In the wake of the nude photo scandal, host Billy Bush asked Longoria to comment on the leak of Jennifer Lawrence’s, Kate Upton’s, and other celebrities’ private and sexually explicit photos.  While Longoria said she was not hacked, she did say the Apple employee breached the company’s privacy policy by accessing and stealing her information from the store. (RELATED: Nude Photo Leak Contains Photos Of Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton)

“I made a dress I want to send it to you, I work at the Apple Store here in San Antonio,” the employee said when they called her directly.

When Longoria asked how the fan got her number, the employee said, “I saw your phone number from your profile. I just wanted to call and say, ‘Hi, I’m a fan.'”

Longoria said there are lots of privacy issues.

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(Photo: Getty Images)

The claim comes after Apple has said it had no systems breached for the hacking of the stars’ phones. (RELATED: FBI Launches Investigation Into Nude Photos Scandal)