Sienna wants Blair to save her from the paparazzi!
Sienna Miller has announced that she intends to speak to Tony Blair about the paparazzi laws, as she fears that press photographers go too far to get a snap.
The British beauty, who also confirmed at the premier of her latest film, Casanova, that she had finally split from Jude Law for good, told The Mirror that the relationship was definately over and that Law wasn't ready for marriage. The pair finally called time on their union after a blazing row on the set of her upcoming film Factory Girl, following infidelities on both sides. Miller added that she was happy about the decision and seemed to be having a great night with her sister, Savannah and girlfriends.
The 24 year-old also hit out at the paparazzi, saying that the constant attention from press photographers was at times, frightening. She accepted that the public would have a certain interest in her private life, especially following her high-profile romance with Law, but that she was "seriously thinking of trying to get hold of Tony Blair. I appreciate that you are putting yourself up to it to a certain degree, but it's stalking and there should be stricter laws."
Her concern has been echoed in Hollywood recently, after a spate of paparazzi-related incidents, involving Lindsay Lohan, Cameron Diaz and Reese Witherspoon, who are all now working with the police to stop the illegal behaviour that has caused several accidents.