The latest from the phone-hacking trial. Sienna Miller's personal phonecall to Daniel Craig is heard in court...
Sienna Miller’s alleged affair with Daniel Craig, during her relationship with Jude Law, has been raised in court today.
Presented as new evidence during the phone-hacking trial of former News of the World editors Rebekah Brooks and Andrew Coulson, the British actress was heard telling her Layer Cake co-star star, ‘I love you,’ during a voicemail left on his mobile.
‘Hi, it’s me. I can’t speak, I’m at the Groucho with Jude. I love you,’ said Sienna Miller in the message left for Daniel Craig.
A day after Jude Law took to the witness box at London’s Old Bailey, the court heard the message that suggested his then-girlfriend has an affair in 2005. The same time the newspaper ran a three page spread breaking the news.
Former tabloid journalist Dan Evans admitted intercepting Daniel Craig’s voicemail while being ‘bullied’ to produce front page stories for the News of the World.
Evans also told the court that his then-editor Andy Coulson became ‘very animated’ and shouted ‘brilliant’ when he first heard the message.
Despite running the story in October 2005, Evans confirmed that Daniel Craig had denied the affair when confronted at his house a week prior to it being published.
‘I would like to apologise to all involved,’ Evans told the court.
All seven defendants, including Rebekah Brooks, deny all charges against them. The trial continues.