Sienna Miller breaks down in tears

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  • Sienna breaks down in tears as paparazzi push her to brink

    Sienna Miller broke down in tears yesterday after her hounding by the paparazzi became too much.

    Stopping to fill up her car at a petrol station in Los Angeles, Sienna was surrounded by a swarm of photographers, desperate to get a picture of the actress.

    Ever since the news broke that Sienna has been dating married father of four, actor Balthazar Getty, she has been the subject of a media frenzy and branded a ‘homewrecker’.

    At the Malibu service station, Sienna pleaded with photographers to ‘leave me alone’. One paparazzo asked about Getty’s wife, to which a fuming Sienna replied: ‘Can you leave me alone, I’m trying to get gas and this is really harassment. Please leave me alone.’

    She added: ‘Please I’m asking you. I can’t live like this, please give a little bit of respect.’

    According to reports, Sienna fled the scene and drove to Beverly Hills police station to complain about the incessant attention from photographers. The police subsequently arranged for an escort to accompany her to the Four Seasons Hotel.

    The 26-year-old has endured plenty of flack from the media since her relationship with Getty became public knowledge. And according to reports in America, Sienna has pleaded with her new love’s estranged wife, Rosetta, to issue a statement declaring her marriage was over long before Sienna and Getty began dating.

    The pair have been dating since May, but the relationship only became public knowledge last month when they were spotted holidaying on a boat in the Mediterranean.

    As well as concerns over how Sienna’s personal life will effect her career (one Hollywood insider claims her next movie Hippie Hippie Shake has been postponed over fears the current media onslaught on her will effect its success), we can’t help thinking the constant invasion must be effecting Sienna’s mental state.

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