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Sienna Miller's representative has blasted the British press for alleging the actress had split from oil heir Balthazar Getty last month - insisting recent quotes attributed to the star are "three years old".

The Alfie actress has been romantically linked to Getty since the summer when they were seen in Prague in the Czech Republic, on the set of Miller's new movie G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra.

Miller was rumoured to have broken off her romance with the Brothers + Sisters actor amid claims he refused to file for divorce from his wife and mother of his four children Rosetta.

She was then alleged to have confirmed the split and was quoted as saying, "I'm single at the moment, and I'm completely happy with that. It's nice not to have a relationship that the press constantly want to scrutinise and discuss."

Miller and Getty later appeared to have rekindled their love affair, after they were spotted together in London last week (begs24Nov08).

But Miller's spokesperson claims the couple never parted ways in the first place - and is adamant the quotes have been rehashed from an old interview, because the actress hasn't commented on her private life in recent weeks.

The representative tells the New York Post's gossip column PageSix, "Contrary to British reports, Sienna never gave an interview about her relationship with Balthazar. An old quote was pulled from an interview three years ago."

Miller has previously dated her Alfie co-star Jude Law.

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