Actress Sienna Miller has won an invasion of privacy lawsuit filed against two British newspapers after they published nude photographs of the star taken while she was filming a movie. The Factory Girl beauty sued tabloids The Sun and News of the World, along with the photo agency that supplied the snaps from the set of her movie Hippie Hippie Shake, after they were printed in October (07). She was awarded $75,000 (GBP37,500) in damages following the ruling in a British court on Friday (07Dec07). News Group Newspapers - the parent company of the two tabloids - also agreed not to reprint the photos and delete all existing copies, according to Miller's attorney. But the British star is still pressing legal action against the individual photographer. An application for a default judgment is expected to be heard next month (Jan08).