Eva Longoria says Apple employee breached privacy policy

Eva Longoria may not have had naked pictures of herself made public without her consent, but that doesn’t mean the actress hasn’t had issues of her own with the internet.

In an upcoming interview with Access Hollywood, Longoria admitted to having some trouble at the Apple Store in San Antonio, Texas.

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A starstruck Apple employee took advantage of the job to contact Longoria.

“I’ve had problems with people breaking into my e-mail,” Longoria explained, saying that while she wasn’t hacked, the employee was simply able to retrieve it from the store.

According to Longoria, the fan told her, “I made a dress I want to send it to you, I work at the Apple Store here in San Antonio.” The actress was surprised and asked how the employee got her contact information. The employee told her, “I saw your phone number from your profile. I just wanted to call and say, ‘Hi, I’m a fan.'”

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“There are a lot of privacy issues,” Longoria concluded.

The story arose because Access Hollywood host, Billy Bush, asked Longoria to discuss the celebrity nude photo scandal, which has rocked Hollywood and caused a lot of people to question the security of their private information.

Though Apple concluded, after a 40-hour investigation, that iCloud was not to blame for the hack, the investigation is still ongoing.

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“None of the cases we have investigated has resulted from any breach in any of Apple’s systems including iCloud or Find my iPhone. We are continuing to work with law enforcement to help find the criminals involved.”

According to Apple, the accounts were accessed by targeted attacks aimed at discovering passwords, usernames and answers to security questions.

As for Longoria’s breach of privacy, Access Hollywood said they tried to contact the San Antonio Apple Store for a comment, but none of the employees were familiar with Longoria’s claim. The outlet was also unable to reach a spokesperson for a comment at their corporate offices.

The full interview with Longoria airs tomorrow, Wednesday, Sept. 3 during Access Hollywood Live.


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