Miller felt ‘like living in a video game’ as photogs ‘pre-empted every move’

London: Sienna Miller has revealed that her appalling experience at the hands of press made her feel ‘like living in a video game’ where every move of hers was ‘pre-empted’ by paparazzi photographers.

She told the Leveson Inquiry that she constantly became ‘very scared and intensely paranoid’ and felt ‘very violated’ by the media invasion in her life.

Despite Miller changing her number thrice in three months, the journalists still managed to hack her number and gather private information.

Journalists and photographers would turn up at places where she had arranged to meet someone on the phone.

“I felt like I was living in some sort of video game and people pre-empting every move I made, obviously as a result of accessing my private information,” the Daily Mail quote her as saying.


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