Jerry Hall's personal details, including her address, have been sold on internet auction site eBay. The private information featured on an immigration landing card she had completed when flying back home to Britain from the US. The card - which sold on eBay for just $18 - also contained the blonde's full name, date of birth and occupation.

Landing cards signed by Australian TV star Barry Humphries, who created outrageous drag act Dame Edna Everage, and Abba's Bjorn Ulvaeus were also sold on the site. It is feared such items - which should have been banned from sale - could cause a security risk to the stars and their details could even be used for identity fraud.

An internet bidder who bought Jerry and Barry's cards told Sunday Mirror newspaper: "When I saw that there were signed items from stars being sold I thought they would be a decent thing to own. It was only when I took a closer look that I realised a load of their personal details were contained on the cards.

"There really is everything you would need to track somebody down. I'm sure they won't be happy with what has happened."