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Diddy rumors shot down by Sienna Miller
After being seen getting close at the Sundance Film Festival and then again in New York, rumors started to run wild that Sean "Diddy" Combs and Sienna Miller had something going on. The couple even seemed to go to extreme measures to keep it all covered up, allegedly having security take a camera from a woman who happened to snap a picture of the two celebrities dancing together at a New York club. "After the girl took the photo, Diddy didn't say or do anything," a witness told the New York Post. "By the time he was 20 feet away, one of the security guys handed the camera to the bouncer, the bouncer handed it to the girl, and the memory card was gone." A representative for Puffy told the Post that "Sean knew nothing of the incident, was not involved, and this person was not in his security team." But Puff's own words and actions might betray that statement, as he proved how sensitive he was to photos getting out in another incident. When Diddy and Miller entered her hotel, Bungalow 8, together, Diddy told the photographers capturing the moment that he was just making sure a friend got home safely and asked them to delete the pictures they were taking. "I was just being a gentleman and dropping her off," he was quoted as saying in the Jamaica Gleaner. "We all hang out together but there's no more to it than that." Diddy and longtime girlfriend Kim Porter became the parents of twins in December. Miller has taken the denial route, blaming the media for linking celebs together. "Me and every other actress," Miller told the Los Angeles Daily News. "I hung out for a minute with Diddy. But I don't know what to call him. Puffy? Puff? Sean? No romance. If I had slept with half the people I've been linked to..." And Diddy rumors weren't the only ones Miller had to shoot down in the past week. Recent talk suggested that Miller and her "Factory Girl" co-star and one-time boyfriend (not to mention, Darth Vader) Hayden Christensen didn't fake the film's love scene. "When you do a love scene, there is a minimum of five people in the room," a representative for Miller said in a statement. "There's no real sex and the scene proves she knows how to give a good performance."
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