Sienna has the whole city of Pittsburgh pretty mad at her and has issued an apology. In the same interview with Rolling Stone where she said she doesn't believe in monogamy, she totally dissed the city, calling it Sh**sburgh. She's now insisting she thinks Pittsburgh is beautiful, and her comments were taken out of context. People reports:
Miller is quoted as telling the reporter: "Can you believe this is my life? Will you pity me when you're back in your funky New York apartment and I'm still in Pittsburgh? I need to get more glamorous films and stop with my indie year." Rolling Stone writer Jenny Eliscu, who interviewed Miller, told the Pittsburg Post Gazette as she was writing her story, "I thought, 'Ooh, people in Pittsburgh are not gonna be stoked about that.' "'
In a statement issued by her publicist Friday, Miller said what she meant when she disparaged her whereabouts was that she is forced to film mostly at night, which deprives her of the chance to explore the city at its fullest.
"What I have seen of it is beautiful. I came once before to visit The Andy Warhol Museum whilst researching a film and found both the city and its inhabitants warm and gracious," Miller's statement said, adding that her father, who is from Meadville, Pa., about 85 miles to the north of Pittsburgh, intended to show her around the city.