Today, while Jennifer Aniston was on Good Morning America promoting her new film, The Switch, which opens in theaters tomorrow, Aniston discussed the Beverly Hills beauty salon accused of fraud. The AP reports that actresses including Aniston, Cher, Liv Tyler and Anne Hathaway were victims of credit card fraud at the salon.
When asked if she was one of the victims of alleged fraud at the Chez Gabriela Studio, Aniston replied:
“I sort of got out of that world about five years ago, because some stuff was not… well, it wasn’t to the extent that these other girls have had.”
“We had a situation that was not cool, was not cool, so I sort of just stopped going to her — paid the money and then left,” Aniston continued.
“I knew that something like this would eventually happen because there’s no way you can get away with that,” Aniston concluded.
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The owner of the salon, Maria Gabriella Perez, was charged with credit card fraud and arrested on Wednesday. The owner is accused of taking credit card information from her customers and ringing up “hundreds of thousands of dollars in bogus charges,” the AP reports.
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