Sienna Miller has admitted that she ‘feels terrible’ about having accused her friends and family of leaking stories to the press when all the time her phone was being hacked. The 29-year-old actress told the Leveson Inquiry into press ethics that at the time, she could think of no other way how certain stories could have made it to the British tabloids. According to The Sun, she said, “It was baffling how certain pieces of information kept coming out and the first initial steps I took were to change my mobile number. And then I changed it again and again, and I ended up changing it three times in three months. “Naturally, having changed my number and being pretty convinced that it couldn’t be as a result of hacking, I accused my friends and family of selling stories and they accused each other as well. “I feel terrible that I would even consider accusing people of betraying me. But it just seemed so entirely paranoid to assume your house is being bugged or you’re being listened to.” She received Â£100,000 from the News of the World earlier this year after taking action against the hacking.