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Heather Mills
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DON'T. JUDGE.
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DON'T. JUDGE.

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Here in the UK we have a tabloid newspaper called the Daily Mail which is pretty vile, scaremongering, rabidly right-wing and usually full of lies. I would never buy it, and rarely visit the website. Anyway, they've been serialising a book on Paul for the last couple of days. Here's an extract about Heather Mills: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvs.....d-him.html

And a piece on Jane Asher and Linda McCartney: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvs.....d-way.html

"Extracted from FAB: AN INTIMATE LIFE

OF PAUL McCARTNEY by Howard Sounes, published by HarperCollins on

August 25 at £20. © Howard Sounes 2010."

It's dreadful stuff, but I can see why the gossips love that sort of thing. I used to live with a Daily Mail reporter. Neither she nor her colleagues believed a thing that was in the paper, but wrote it to please their very powerful, rich and forceful editor. I remember hearing about one of their journalists called Ali (Alison), who was told to change her name to Ally because "it sounds a bit Muslim" (this was in 1999). It's that kind of publication.

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At first I just thought she was a gold-digger, but I read up a bit more about her, and now I actually hate her.

Apparently, she's done the following things:

There's a journalist called Heather Mills. Peg-Leg Heather went around for years telling everyone that she had written all those articles. Everyone was sceptical, so someone rang the newspaper and asked how many legs the journalist Heather Mills had. She was found out.

She also claims she was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. The thing is, they don't reveal who was nominated for 50 years, so we won't know till then.

She was photographed wearing a mink coat, despite being a PETA activist (I'm not sure when that was, though).

She used to beat her ex-husband, and her ex-sister in law says that she only became a vegetarian after meeting Paul. She used to cook Lancashire Hotpot regularly, which has lamb in it.

She claimed that her mother nearly lost her leg in a car crash, saying "Her leg was only hanging on by a tiny flap of skin and flesh… miraculously the surgeons managed to insert a metal plate and reattach it". It was actually only just a small injury, and she recovered and was "a keen tennis player".

She also says that she was asked to become Baroness Mills by a certain "Lord Macdonald". An ITV documentary (McCartney vs. McCartney: The Ex Files) interviewed three Lord Macdonalds, but not one of them had ever met her.

Mills stated that she was once awarded the Outstanding Young Person of the Year award by the British Chambers of Commerce. There is no such award.

She also said that she had cancelled a meeting with Bill Clinton in case her endorsement affected a US election outcome.

 

I mean, I know you shouldn't believe everything you read, but after all of that…

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Paulrus said:

At first I just thought she was a gold-digger, but I read up a bit more about her, and now I actually hate her.

Apparently, she's done the following things:

There's a journalist called Heather Mills. Peg-Leg Heather went around for years telling everyone that she had written all those articles. Everyone was sceptical, so someone rang the newspaper and asked how many legs the journalist Heather Mills had. She was found out.

She also claims she was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. The thing is, they don't reveal who was nominated for 50 years, so we won't know till then.

She was photographed wearing a mink coat, despite being a PETA activist (I'm not sure when that was, though).

She used to beat her ex-husband, and her ex-sister in law says that she only became a vegetarian after meeting Paul. She used to cook Lancashire Hotpot regularly, which has lamb in it.

She claimed that her mother nearly lost her leg in a car crash, saying "Her leg was only hanging on by a tiny flap of skin and flesh… miraculously the surgeons managed to insert a metal plate and reattach it". It was actually only just a small injury, and she recovered and was "a keen tennis player".

She also says that she was asked to become Baroness Mills by a certain "Lord Macdonald". An ITV documentary (McCartney vs. McCartney: The Ex Files) interviewed three Lord Macdonalds, but not one of them had ever met her.

Mills stated that she was once awarded the Outstanding Young Person of the Year award by the British Chambers of Commerce. There is no such award.

She also said that she had cancelled a meeting with Bill Clinton in case her endorsement affected a US election outcome.

 

I mean, I know you shouldn't believe everything you read, but after all of that…


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