Eva Longoria Parker is being sued by former managers of her restaurant Beso Vegas.
The 'Desperate Housewives' actress has reportedly been accused of using scare tactics to push part owners Ronan and Mali Nachum out of their job at the restaurant and attached nightclub Eve.
As well as accusing them of stealing cash, the pair were also said to have assaulted a server and punched a female patron in a document sent out by Eva and other part-owners including Jonas Lowrance.
The actress also is said to have written an email to the couple saying she needed to "discuss where my money is" before arranging a meeting, which was attended by six large men who handed them a restraining order asking them to leave or be arrested.
Co-owner Jonas even filed for a protection order against Mali, claiming he was "repeatedly put in fear of the immediate threat of harm to my person and property interest at Beso," and that her presence at the restaurant put his "physical and mental safety at grave risk."
In addition, Ronan and Mali claim an email was sent out with racial undertones, suggesting acts such as P. Diddy and Kelis playing at the venue and other "ghetto events" would "scare off the high-end customers in the night club.
The pair are suing for $10,000 for breach of contract and abuse of process and civil conspiracy against both Eva and Jonas.
They are also hoping to win their jobs back.