Claiming the intrusive photo violated her personal space, the 'Alfie' actress had taken action against the newspaper, who later printed an apology as well, reports BBC. "We apologise to Sienna for publishing this photograph," the Daily Star stated. The newspaper also said that it accepted that she was "extremely harassed and distressed by persistent pursuit and intimidating tactics" adopted by the paparazzi.
The actress had won a similar privacy lawsuit in January against a photographer who took her nude pictures while she was filming for 'Hippie Hippie Shake'. Following her claim that the photos were taken without her consent, a London High Court had passed the judgement in her favour.