Sienna Miller at the Media Ethics Enquiry
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Miller's 'complete anxiety and paranoia'

Sienna Miller has described her "complete anxiety and paranoia" at the way journalists were able to obtain intimate details about her.

Speaking at the Leveson inquiry into media ethics, the actress said she had even accused her family and friends of selling stories to the media - so astonished was she at the details journalists had managed to obtain.

It later transpired that many such details had been obtained through phone hacking.

  • 24 Nov 2011
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