Eva Longoria’s Las Vegas restaurant Beso and its nightclub Eve have filed for bankruptcy.
Beso LLC, in which Longoria is a 32.33 percent investor, has $2.5 million in assets, but $5.6 million in liabilities, according to bankruptcy papers filed Thursday.
Longoria is one of the biggest creditors — none of them secured — listed in the Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing.
She made a cash loan of $1,074,247 to the company, and also paid $375,000 in legal fees for the business, according to court records.
According to her publicist Liza Anderson, Longoria had been “dealing with the fallout stemming from two former allegedly fraudulent ex-partners” tied to Beso and Eve at the Crystals Plaza in MGM’s CityCenter, which led to the bankruptcy filing, handled by Hollywood attorney Robert Shapiro.