Sienna Miller and The News of the World have come to an agreement.
]]>According to the AP, Miller will be paid 100,000 pounds ($165,000) and full details of the privacy invasion will be revealed to her.
The newspaper’s lawyers say that they are pleased the case is being
concluded. Though the battle isn’t over yet, as there are still many
other allegations still being litigated and several of the paper’s
journalists have been arrested.
Hugh Grant got a bit of revenge all on his own, by publishing an undercover interview with one of the former news execs, Paul McMullan.