Eva Longoria was shocked when London department store Harrods sent her a
bill for clothes and accessories she took home after opening their January
The 'Desperate Housewives' actress had been under the impression she could
have the $19,000 worth of designer goods from the world famous shop for
A source said: "Eva was paid $100,000 for her personal appearance at
Harrods, and after she'd opened the sale she went round the store and did a
lot of shopping for herself.
"But she was stunned when she was sent the bill. She thought she was allowed
to have what she wanted for free as an extra thank you for turning up."
Although she was surprised to receive the bill, Eva paid it in full rather
than cause a dispute with the store - which is owned by Mohammed Al Fayed,
the father of Dodi Fayed who was killed along with Princess Diana in a
tragic Paris car crash in 1997.