Actress Sienna Miller angry at British phone-hacking case details
Published on Feb 1, 2014 6:18 AM
LONDON (REUTERS) - British actress Sienna Miller spoke on Friday of her anger that "titillating" information about her affair with James Bond actor Daniel Craig had been made public at the phone-hacking trial of a former Rupert Murdoch tabloid editor.
The trial of Andy Coulson, who edited Murdoch's now defunct-News of the World Newspaper, has heard lengthy evidence this week about a voicemail message she left for Craig in 2005 which has taken centre stage in the high-profile court case.
Coulson, editor of the mass-selling tabloid until 2007 and then Prime Minister David Cameron's head of communications up to early 2011, is accused of conspiracy to illegally intercept messages on mobile phones, a charge he denies.
Giving evidence at London's Old Bailey court via videolink from the United States, Miller said she was unhappy that personal details had been disclosed in the trial.
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