Sienna Miller Gives Evidence to Leveson Inquiry
Sienna Miller arrives at the Royal Courts of Justice in London to give a testimony in the Leveson inquiry held on Thursday (November 24).
The inquiry is being led by Lord Justice Leveson, who is looking into the culture, practice and ethics of the press in the United Kingdom. The inquiry comes in the wake of the phone hacking scandal that saw the closure of The News of The World newspaper.
Sienna, 29, admitted that she blamed friends and family when personal information appeared in the press.
“Horribly, I accused my friends and family of selling stories and they accused each other as well,” she said on the stand. “There was one particular very private piece of information that only four people knew about. A journalist phoned up saying they knew about it so I accused my family … of selling the story. The fact they had this information was that they had been accessing my phone messages and those of people around me… I felt like I was living in some sort of video game… people pre-empting my every single move.”