Jeff Labrecque
August 05, 2011 AT 03:14 PM EDT

A lawyer for the family of Milly Dowler, the murdered 13-year-old British girl whose voice messages were hacked by Rupert Murdoch’s News of the World tabloid, is now representing another set of clients threatening to sue Trinity Mirror for similar invasions of privacy. Mark Lewis told the Associated Press that legal claims would be filed in “a few weeks,” though he would not disclose the identities of his clients.

Trinity Mirror came under recent scrutiny when Heather Mills accused one of their reporters of hacking her phone back in 2001. Now, her ex-husband Paul McCartney says he intends to contact authorities about reports that his phone may have also been hacked.

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