UPDATE: TMZ adds names to the list of victims:
According to an affidavit filed in United States District Court, a witness claims Jennifer Aniston, Cher, Liv Tyler, Melanie Griffith, Anne Hathaway and Scott Speedman were all violated -- or at least their credit cards were -- by a woman who ran a swanky salon in Beverly Hills called the Chez Gabriela Studio.
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The owner of a Beverly Hills beauty salon was charged with fraud Wednesday for using credit card information from clients such as Liv Tyler to ring up hundreds of thousands of dollars in bogus charges, authorities said.
Maria Gabriella Perez, 51, was arrested by Secret Service agents at her business, Chez Gabriela Studio. She faces two counts of fraud that carries a maximum prison sentence of 25 years if she is convicted.
Perez was expected to appear in federal court Thursday.
Her attorney, Jerod Gunsberg, said his client will be exonerated of all the charges.
Perez's website says her celebrity clientele includes Jennifer Aniston, Halle Berry and Cher. An affidavit said actress Liv Tyler had about $214,000 in bad charges from Perez's studio to two credit cards over a five-month period last year.
Another alleged victim was jewelry designer Loree Rodkin, whose attorney told investigators that about $68,000 had been charged to her credit card from Perez's studio without her authorization. Perez offered $25,000 worth of products in exchange for the charges, but Rodkin refused, the affidavit said.
Investigators said in Rodkin's case, most of the charges from Perez's studio were made when the credit card numbers were entered manually as opposed to the card being swiped.
Rodkin also told authorities she knew of other clients, such as Aniston, Cher and Anne Hathaway, who had similar charges on their credit card, the affidavit said.
Messages left with the three actresses' representatives were not immediately returned.
An e-mail message left with Rodkin's attorney, Dave Kettel, was not returned Wednesday.