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Last Updated: Tuesday February 14 2006 15:57 GMT

Sienna wants new paparazzi laws

Sienna Miller at the premiere of her latest film
Actress Sienna Miller wants the Prime Minister to stop so many photographers following her around all the time.

She told reporters at the premiere of her latest film that she is going to give Tony Blair a petition asking him to do something about photographers.

Sienna said the showbiz snappers leave her feeling frightened at times, and she wants something done about them.

Some people think if celebs pose at premieres they shouldn't complain when private photos are taken.

But Sienna is aware of this, saying: "I appreciate you are putting yourself up for it to a certain degree, but I think there has to be some boundaries. It's stalking and there should be stricter laws on it."

She added: "I've found myself in situations where I felt physically threatened."

She's not the only celeb looking for a bit of protection from the paparazzi, with Britney Spears recently complaining about photographers.

She was recently pictured with her baby Sean sat in her lap while she was driving, but blamed photographers and said she thought they were putting her in danger.



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