Miller upsets Pittsburgh again
09:30 13 October 2006
Sienna Miller has insulted the people of Pittsburgh again - just hours after her public apology for calling the city 'S***sburgh'.
The 'Casanova' actress - who apologised to the mayor of Pittsburgh last Saturday (07.10.06) for rubbishing the city in a magazine interview - flew into a rage after she was asked for ID by a nightclub security guard later that same night
Don Kovacs, a guard at Folino's nightclub, revealed to US TV station KDKA: "I said, 'Madam, you're going to need an ID to get in here. She says, 'Do you know who I am', and I said, 'No but you're going to need your ID'.
"She said, 'I'm Sienna Miller the actress', and I said, 'I'm Dan Kovacs and I'm for real'.
"She was just really belligerent. I was shocked.
"She stepped back and looked up at the Folino's sign and said, 'I'm going to put down Folino's as the worst place and Pittsburgh people aren't anything'."
The actress, who is filming new movie 'The Mysteries of Pittsburgh' in the city, has now been slammed by residents.
Veronica Adamson said: "I think it's really wrong. I don't know how she gets away with it. I saw her apologise to the mayor once but twice is unforgivable.'"
Nancy Gottlieb said: "I think Sienna Miller is a bubble head and she should be thrown out of Pittsburgh and never allowed back. I will not watch the movie."
Folino's nightclub is now planning to release a range of t-shirts mocking Sienna.
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