McCartney may call Mill’s former call-girl pal during divorce battle


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McCartney may call Mill’s former call-girl pal during divorce battle
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From ANI

Washington, Nov 18(ANI): Former Beatle Sir Paul McCartney is reportedly planning to call a former glamour model **bleep** call-girl friend of his estranged wife Heather Mills as a witness in their divorce case

Model Denise Hewitt had earlier admitted that she and Mills entertained a wealthy Arab businessman during the 1980s.

Though Mills dismissed the claims, a former-aide to a Saudi-born arms dealer also confirmed that he personally handed over around 6,400 pounds in cash to Mills after she took part in sex sessions with his boss.

Hewitt now believes that she may be subpoenaed to testify in the couple’s divorce battle case.

“I’ve heard that I may be called by Paul McCartney’s legal team to appear in court to give evidence over their divorce. I actually don’t want to get involved. However I know they can always subpoena me to appear,” Contactmusic quoted her as saying.

Former escort Petrina Montrose, who was also summoned to the Saudi businessman’s bedroom, had earlier revealed that Mills was indeed one of three women hired to take part in an orgy with the Arab royal at the five-star Dorchester hotel in Central London. (ANI)

11-20-2006 07:57 PM

Re: McCartney may call Mill’s former call-girl pal during divorce battle
Anti_Feminist
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Anti_Feminist

Have you seen that Sean Conery’s wife is making claims now the he “beat her uncontious”. *sigh*… they all want to jump on the bandwagon of lying attention seekers!

11-28-2006 10:57 AM

Re: McCartney may call Mill’s former call-girl pal during divorce battle
Lirisokatoh
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Anything is possible in this world. Of course, unless she intends to press charges and has evidence or convincing witnesses, there’s no point in bringing it up. Why make an accusation if you’re not willing to take action over it?

01-08-2007 12:53 PM

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