In the midst of Prince Harry’s case against the publisher of the Daily Mirror for illegally obtaining details of his personal life, Sienna Miller is addressing her own painful, similar experience.
In 2005, the actress, then 23, was embroiled in another scandal when it was revealed that her then-boyfriend Jude Law had cheated on her with her babysitter. that then Turns out she was pregnant And that news was later leaked by the press.
after hacking his phone, British newspaper The Sun learned she was expecting And threatened to make the news public. (Sienna later decided to terminate the pregnancy.)
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In a new, timely, BBC documentary titled Scandalous: Phone Hacking on Trial, The actress dives into the difficult first weeks of her pregnancy, and the trauma that resulted from the hacking entanglement.
At that time the preacher of Siena, ciara parksrecalled the moment she told her client that The Sun knew about her pregnancy, and said on the documentary: “She broke down. She screamed very loudly. It was a very hoarse scream. I could hear her slamming the floor.”
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The publication initially agreed not to publish the story, Although a different US publication shared the newsAfter which he covered the news.
In the documentary, Sienna recalls the mistrust she developed for the small group of family and friends who knew she was expecting. “I thought someone must be selling stories,” He said.
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She said: “I sat down five people in my life who knew, and violently interrogated them. I was under so much pressure. And said, It has to be one of you, so who is it?” As she revealed there were “a lot of tears and denial” in the process.
Sienna explained that as a result, her pregnancy memories became a blur, and she admitted: “I don’t think I remember six weeks of my life. I really don’t remember.”
He confessed: “I think I was in such a deep state of trauma by that time that I completely fainted.”
in 2011, Sienna awarded £100,000 From an outlet of the same parent company to The Sun, after the newspaper admitted to hacking his phone.
Ten years later in 2021, He claimed another phone hacking with the parent companyHowever the publisher made no admission of liability, and instead the Star received a financial settlement.
The BBC reported in its documentary that the pregnancy in question article remains “the subject of ongoing litigation”.