Hacking pay-out for Sienna Miller

Hacking pay-out for Sienna Miller

London : United Kingdom | May 13, 2011 at 4:53 AM PDT
Source: BBC
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Sienna Miller awarded £100,000 over phone hacking Sienna Miller is to accept £100,000 in damages from the News of the World, after the paper admitted liability over the hacking of the actress's phone. The newspaper will make a full disclosure in private to her legal team to show the extent of... FULL ARTICLE AT BBC
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Sienna Miller was believed to be one of those offered a settlement from the fund
Sienna Miller was believed to be one of those offered a settlement from the fund
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      The independent
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      Asian Wall Street Journal
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      The Guardian
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