Sienna Miller sues paparazzi for harassment
While Keanu Reeves fights with a photographer over whether or not the actor purposely hit the guy with his car, Sienna Miller is suing agency Big Pictures (UK) Limited and founder Darryn Lyons for their alleged "campaign of harassment," Reuters reports. Because they take too many photos of her, you see.
Miller's lawyer David Sherborne told London's High Court Thursday that Sienna had been caused "substantial alarm, fear and enormous distress" by the "relentless pursuit" of the paparazzi. Sherborne said it had all reached a level that violated her human rights.
The court head that the 26-year-old actress waschased around while driving, walking her dogs and going to the airport, among "other forms of physical and verbal intimidation or abuse in their attempts to obtain photographs of her for commercial exploitation."
Isn't being in movies all about your image being used for commercial exploitation? Either way, a hearing will be held after January 12, the court ruled. We're really on the edge of our seats over that one.