Page Six reports Sienna Miller threw a tantrum Saturday night when she was thrown out of Penny Folino’s Young’s Tavern in Pittsburgh because she didn’t have ID.
“Sienna ripped off her hat and said, ‘I am Sienna Miller. I am a famous actress!’ ” Folino told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Miller, denied her vodka and tonic, stewed outside for 30 minutes. Bouncer Dan Kovacs said, “She was going crazy out there, stomping her feet.” Said Folino: “No ID, no entry – I’m sorry, we can’t bend the rules for anybody.”
Sienna has already started denying the claims, having her London rep say in a statement:
“These people are utter fantasists. We have 10 witnesses, including local Pittsburgh people, who can vouch that Sienna never reacted this way and left the bar quietly. It is utter rubbish.”
That’s probably the first time in my entire life I’ve ever seen the word ‘fantasist’ used. The first four times I read it I thought she was saying ‘fascists’ or ‘fanatics.’ Anyways, I don’t know which side to believe so I’m just going with the version where she rips off her hat and says “I am Sienna Miller. I am a famous actress!” Because there’s really no way you can beat that. Not even with an atomic bomb.