Sienna Miller’s testimony suggests the News of the World could have got the story through phone hacking – and the judge apologises to her for having to go through evidence about her private life to the court.
This evidence adds to Jude Law’s claims of phone hacking and alleges Andy Coulson knew about it . It come after the previous revelation that the News of the World also paid a close relative of Jude Law to tell them of his love woes. The fact that ten other journos are said by Dan Evans to know abut hacking is also fascinating – but they cannot be named for legal reasons.
Day 47: Phone hacking supergrass Dan Evans played a recording of a hacked message to Andy Coulson while he was editing the News of the World, the Old Bailey heard today. Evans told the phone hacking trial that after he heard Sienna Miller declaring her love to James Bond actor Daniel Craig, Mr Coulson was “really animated”.
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This remarkable evidence should give people an insight into how some tabloid newspapers obtain information.
Day 46: A close relative of Jude Law was secretly paid by the News of the World for supplying information about the actor, Andy Coulson’s lawyer suggested today. At the Old Bailey, Timothy Langdale QC wrote down and passed to the Hollywood star the names of three associates he suggested had been feeding information to the Sunday tabloid at the time his phone was being hacked.
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