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    Default Heather Mills / Paul McCartney divorce settlement announced

    BBC NEWS | Entertainment | Mills awarded £24.3m settlement

    Mills awarded £24.3m settlement

    The pair announced the end of their marriage in May 2006

    Heather Mills has been awarded £24.3m in her divorce settlement with estranged husband Sir Paul McCartney. Speaking outside London's High Court, Ms Mills said she was "glad it's over" and "it was an incredible result to secure mine and my daughter's future".
    As part of the deal, Ms Mills will receive £14 milion for herself and £2.5 million to buy a house in London.
    The couple failed to reach an agreement in court last month, leaving the judge to determine the final figure.

    Also video of Heather Mills at

    BBC NEWS | UK | Mills welcomes divorce deal
    "Heather Mills said she was "very pleased" after being awarded £24.3m in her divorce from Paul McCartney."
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    McCartney divorce costs Beatle $48.7 million

    Former Beatle Paul McCartney was ordered on Monday to pay his estranged wife Heather Mills 24.3 million pounds ($48.7 million) after an acrimonious divorce battle.

    McCartney, 65, married the former model and charity campaigner Mills, 40, in 2002 but they split four years later, blaming media intrusion into their private lives. They have a daughter, Beatrice, aged four.

    Speaking outside the court, Mills criticized McCartney's lawyer, accusing her of handling the case badly and of calling her names.

    "I am so glad it is over," she added. "We are very, very pleased."

    The split was fought out under a remorseless media spotlight with McCartney, a founder of the world's most famous pop group, pitted against the outspoken Mills, target of lurid tales in the press about her colorful past.

    She hit back, saying she had been driven to the brink of suicide because the media had branded her a "whore" and a "gold-digger."

    McCartney divorce costs Beatle $48.7 million - Yahoo! News

    Greedy cow didn't even get the full 25 ... hahahahahaha! Paul offered her more than that to settle quietly out of court. She must be kicking herself with her one good leg!

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    She is such a vile piece of shit.

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    I think she deserves every penny. You couldn't pay me enough to get naked with Paul McCartney.
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    Dumb bitch. Go away now, preferably fall off a cliff.
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    Hope she builds a castle and puts an ocean size moat around it so we never have to be bothered by her sorry ass again. Unfortunately now she'll probably move to the US and get a reality show on VH1. Well I guess Paul got off cheap considering what he could have lost and I'm sure he's glad to be rid of her.
    as privileged as a whore...victims in demand for public show, swept out through the cracks beneath the door, holier than thou, how?

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    OMG I just heard ont he news that she wanted £120m & that Paul only wanted to give her £16m which is why she is saying that the settlement is "very small"...

    One hundred and twenty million pounds sterling??? That is too much for anyone to have, surely?? (quick translation - approx US$240m...)
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    I'm too lazy to go searching, but I'm pretty sure his initial offer to settle out of court was quite generous and more than she finally got. He must be quite happy with the outcome.

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    Wasn't she was always saying how Paul didn't want the details to get out or something along those lines? I read on CNN this morning that she is going to appeal the 'publication of the hearing' . This greedy bitch will never go away will she? I don't care about either of them, but I will surely read the publication because there is obviously details in there she doesn't want released... haha

    Oh yeah.. I love that she stated the money will help all the charities she supports....

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    Haha! I am loving that it's less than what Paul had initially offered her to settle quietly!! Kicking herself with her one good leg is right! (damn that was funny aabbcc ) Serves the greedy bitch right.

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    She did not deserve a cent outside of child support. Even though I'm glad it was less than he offered. Pisses me off that his other kids and grandkids, while they won't be hurting, won't get as much as they should have when he dies because of this stupid, gold digging bitch. He wouldn't have to give me a dime and I'd get naked for him. I've been in love with him since I could talk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buttmunch View Post
    I think she deserves every penny. You couldn't pay me enough to get naked with Paul McCartney.
    Excuse me, I don't believe she was forced at gunpoint to marry him.

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    She is pure evil - she won't go away, she likes the microphones too much.

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    This is the summary for the court, it is awesome! Not only did the judge agree with Paul's initial offer he also included the gag order. The Daily Mail also has Heather's crazy rant on the courthouse steps about how Paul's lawyer is evil and how she can't believe Paul got joint custody and how she's appealing to keep the entire judgement secret (irony!):

    The fundamental issue was what financial provision should be made for Ms Mills. She sought an award of almost £125 million ($250 million).
    Sir Paul proposed that the wife should exit the marriage with assets of £15.8 million ($31.8 million) inclusive of any lump sum award.
    The judge decided that the husband should pay the wife a lump sum of £16.5 million ($33 million) which together with her assets of £7.8 million ($15.7 million) (which include her current properties) means that she exits her marriage with total assets of £24.3 million ($48.6 million) inclusive of a deemed figure of £500,000 ($1 million) referable to her overspending in the period of separation.
    The judge found that the total value of all the husband's assets, including his business assets, was about £400 million. There was no evidence at all before him that he was worth £800 million.
    The judge found that although the parties met in 1999 and formed a relationship, the parties did not cohabit from March 2000, but did so from the date of the marriage (June 11, 2002).
    The parties separated in April 2006. The length of the marriage was just under four years.
    The judge refused to permit either party to raise as an issue the alleged conduct of the other on the broad ground that it was irrelevant.
    The judge, in undertaking the exercise prescribed by Section 25 of the Matrimonial Causes Act 1973, decided that the needs of the wife were a factor of magnetic importance.
    The lump sum of £16.5 million ($33 million) is made up of a sum of £14 million ($28 million) as the capitalised figure for the wife's income needs, which the judge assessed as £600,000 ($1.2 million) per annum, and a sum of £2.5 million ($5 million) for the wife to buy a property in London.
    Financial provision for Beatrice consists of a periodical payments order of £35,000 per annum ($70,000), the husband agreeing to pay for her nanny and her school fees.
    The court made an order in the following terms: Save for the release of the judgment and order dated March 17 2008 the wife and the husband and any persons acting on their behalves are strictly prohibited from publishing, disclosing or in any way revealing without the consent of the other the evidence, correspondence, transcripts, judgments or orders in the proceedings concerning (a) the child of the family, (b) the main suit, (c) the cross applications for ancillary relief and (d) any marital confidences.
    If consent is not forthcoming then the party seeking publication shall be entitled to seek the permission of a Family Division judge to do so.
    The judge expressed his confidence that the media would respect the privacy and confidentiality of the Children Act and ancillary relief proceedings, including evidence and submissions (oral and in writing) given within both sets of proceedings."
    At the start of the judge's summary, he said that the court had granted Ms Mills a stay of publication of the full judgment pending her appeal to the Court of Appeal against his decision that the full text could be published."

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