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SIENNA'S CLINGY, A BIT OF A STALKER; HACKING TRIAL SOURCE ON ACTRESS; ..Jury hear claims Law wanted it to look like star girlfriend cheated first.


JUDE Law tried to manipulate a News of the World story about his "clingy" girlfriend Sienna Miller's affair to make it look like she cheated first, the hacking trial heard yesterday.

A publicist representing Law asked the paper to "deliberately backdate" his fling with a nanny to make people think it had happened after Miller's affair with James Bond star Daniel Craig, it was claimed.

The insider told the NotW Miller was a bit of a "stalker" who would call both men several times an hour.

Extracts from what the publicist told the paper in 2005 were read to the jury.

The source, whose name was not revealed in court, said Miller was "clingy", and was "keeping Jude dangling" while "going on to her next victim".

Miller, 32, yesterday admitted she had a short fling with former co-star Craig, 45.

Appearing at the Old Bailey via videolink from New Orleans, where she is filming, she said she had leaned on Craig "very heavily" in 2005 after Law cheated on her.

But she added: "I never had a relationship with Daniel Craig. It was a very brief encounter." Ex-NotW reporter Dan Evans had told the jury he hacked a voicemail message from Miller to Craig in which she said: "I love you".

Evans claims the voicemail was played to the editor Andy Coulson and led to its story about the fling. Miller told the court it was "feasible" she left the message but it was just a "declaration of friendship".

The court also heard yesterday that Evans intercepted messages on supermodel Kate Moss's phone, and that in one, Craig said: "I love you, I love you, I love you."

David Cameron's former spin doctor Coulson, 46, of Charing, Kent, along with ex-colleagues at the now-closed paper, denies conspiring to hack phones and conspiring to commit misconduct in a public office. The trial continues.

I never had a relationship with Daniel. It was a brief encounter SIENNA MILLER


FLING Miller and Craig at film premiere in 2004

SPLIT Law and Miller seen out in London in 2005

VOICEMAIL Miller said she could have left message PICTURE: AFP/GETTY IMAGES
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Date:Feb 1, 2014
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