Sienna Miller to Sue for NOTW Phone-Hacking
Star believes 'NOTW' reporter listened to her voicemails
By Rob Quinn,  Newser Staff
Posted Sep 15, 2010 5:19 AM CDT
Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson, now Prime Minister David Cameron's communications chief, asked his staff to hack phones, according to a former reporter.   (Getty Images)
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(Newser) – Sienna Miller is set to join the growing list of outraged public figures taking legal action over phone-hacking by reporters at Britain's News of the World. Lawyers for the star say she plans to add her name to those seeking a review of how the police handled the case and sources at the Rupert-Murdoch owned paper say she's taking steps toward suing it because reporters allegedly listened to her voicemails, the Guardian reports. (For background and opinion on the scandal, click here.)

Miller's friends say she changed her number after noticing signs that somebody else was listening to her voicemail, but jailed reporter Glen Mulcaire appears to have obtained her new number as well, although police didn't notify her when they found her PIN code in his possession. A former News of the World reporter who says his editor asked him to hack phones was interviewed by British police last night, the BBC reports.