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12 February Sienna Miller lost her virginity at The year-old actress had her first sexual experience in her bedroom, because her mother insisted she .
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Description:Share via Email This article is over 6 years old Solicitors for Sienna Miller say they are taking legal instructions over the alleged leak by a Virgin Atlantic employee. Rex Features A senior employee at Virgin Atlantic has resigned after allegations that she passed private flight details of celebrities, including Ashley Cole and Sienna Miller, to a global paparazzi agency. Emails seen by the Guardian indicate that a Virgin Atlantic supervisor of Upper Class customers passed detailed flight information of at least eight celebrities to the London-based firm Big Pictures. The Virgin Atlantic employee, who resigned on Thursday after the Guardian raised the claims, appears to have been told in an email from Big Pictures that the agency was "trying to sort you out some money with accounts". The allegations will intensify scrutiny by politicians and the courts over the alleged illicit trade of private information by some media companies in the UK.