As if her pending divorce wasn’t enough, Eva Longoria is being sued for more than $4 million dollars by a man who invested in her Las Vegas restaurant Beso (which also includes Longoria’s “Eve” nightclub).

The investor, Mail Nachum, claims the “Desperate Housewives” star ran an illegal scheme to use the eatery/nightclub to put more money in her pockets, and in her doing that, she has cut into his 8% stake into the company.

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According to TMZ:

The suit is kind of technical, but the long story short … Eva’s accused of lending $1 mil to the company behind Beso … with the agreement that she’d get paid back at an astronomical amount of interest … racking up $4.6 million over 2 years.

The person who filed the lawsuit today in L.A. County Superior Court, an investor named Mali Nachum, claims Eva’s deal not only violates California law — but it cuts into his percent of the company.

This news comes right after reports of Eva having to file for bankruptcy on behalf of Beso after only being in operation for 2 years.

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