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”.
I always wonder how women like her justify that kind of payment. More importantly, how they can refer to their daughter as mine.
The settlement will also see the former Beatle pay their four-year-old daughter Beatrice’s nanny and school fees and will pay Beatrice £35,000 a year.
Why aren’t they both contributing 50/ 50? Or does this hark back to the days of man, the provider? Somewhat different to the ‘equality’ women want today. Or is it only equality when it suits them, ‘traditionally treated’ when it suits them. As long as they can take as much as possible from others.
Speaking of taking, Queen of the Golddiggers was looking for a fair bit more than what she was finally awarded.
The judge awarded a lump sum of £16.5m and assets of £7.8m.
The summary judgment stated that Ms Mills had sought £125m and been offered £15.8m by Sir Paul.
Now I’m sure even her, with her legendary delusions of self-importance didn’t expect to actually get that much, but it’s how negotiations go isn’t it. Go highest, settle high.
Ms Mills made reference to the £35,000 a year their daughter would receive.
“Beatrice only gets £35,000 a year – so obviously she’s meant to travel B class while her father travels A class, but obviously I will pay for that.”
Their daughter is getting that. That is essentially her allowance from Sir Paul. Many adults don’t earn that in a year, working their arses off, full time. This of course doesn’t account for what she will get when she is staying with her dad, who will obviously dote on her. I wonder how much of it Heather Mills will actually let her have.
And Heather won’t be ‘paying for it’. Paul will. She got that money from him, but somehow she obviously already thinks she earnt it.
The settlement equated to £17,000 ($34,000) for every day of the couple’s marriage.
Wow, a working day of 8 hours would make that around £2100 an hour. That’s more or less $4000 an hour! Just like the singer-cum-prostitute-cum-sponge (see what I did there).
I think I’m seeing a pattern here.
Now to be fair, I have more respect for that $4000 an hour chick than Heather Mills. I mean, she says ‘I’ll suck your dick/ take it in the butt/ sing my music/ paint your kitchen’ for $4000 no obligations.
Fair enough, if you’ve got the readies and are stupid enough to pay that is.
Heather Mills on the other hand is that kind of devious bitch that acts like she loves you and will do almost anything for you (as long as it doesn’t conflict with what she wants to do).
But marriage has always been a risk. For a man these days however, it’s a fucking massive risk. I’ll leave it to Rod ‘the Bod’ Stewart to drive the point home.
“Instead of getting married again, I’m going to find a woman I don’t like and just give her a house.”–Rod Stewart
In an exhaustive 58-page document, Mr Justice Bennett praises Sir Paul for his “balanced” evidence but repeatedly criticises Ms Mills and describes her as a “less than impressive witness”.
He also accuses the former model of exaggerating her own wealth, of indulging in “make-belief” and falsely claiming she helped revive the former Beatle’s career
“Having watched and listened to her give evidence, having studied the documents, and having given in her favour every allowance for the enormous strain she must have been under (and in conducting her own case) I am driven to the conclusion that much of her evidence, both written and oral, was not just inconsistent and inaccurate but also less than candid. Overall she was a less than impressive witness.”