Actor Jude Law arrives to give evidence at the Old Bailey courthouse in London January 27, 2014. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett
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Jude Law has told Britain's phone hacking trial that for years the media had an "unhealthy" amount of information about his private life.A defense lawyer suggested Monday that some of the information in 2005 News of the World stories alleging an affair between Law's then-girlfriend Miller and actor Daniel Craig might have had another source -- Law's associates."I was not aware of that," Law said. Asked when he first heard of the allegation, Law said: "Today". The trial also heard evidence from former tabloid journalist Dan Evans, who has pleaded guilty to hacking phones while employed by the News of the World and, before that, rival tabloid the Sunday Mirror.
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