So Sienna Miller stands around topless on a boat and a hotel balcony, and she gets to sue the British tabs who published the photos? How does that work? Wasn't she visible for the world to see?
—Peter, St. Paul
In the States, if starlets stood on boats—clearly visible to the mortified public, wearing nothing but their egos—we'd probably get to sue them, for traumatizing us with their concave boobies and horrifically jutting collarbones.
But not so in Britain. This week, Sienna Miller filed a suit in her home country, claiming two tabloids invaded her privacy by publishing topless photos of her and boyfriend Balthazar Getty on vacation in Italy. See the incredible reason why Miller just might win—and what Naomi Campbell has to do with all of this—after the jump.