Mills awarded £24.3m settlement – Follow Up

If you have a quick browse of the first post, Mills awarded £24.3m settlement, you will learn that Heather Mills is a self-absorbed bitch of epic proportions and legendary delusions of importance.

The divorce settlement was commented on by the author here:

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.

What I’ve realised is that the £35,000 Paul is going to pay is only his half of their daughters’ upkeep. In other words, Heather Mills has to also contribute £35,000 a year from her cash pile (which is actually Pauls’ but nevermind that.)

Playing an old femcunt card trick, Mills went on the offensive, claiming victimisation and trying to cast her ex-ticket to riches husband in a bad light. She said:

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.”

Aww, poor woman, having to contribute to their daughters financial needs. Note that last sentence…

 “…but obviously I will pay for that.”

You didn’t actually think she’d do what she said, did you? Continue reading

Mills awarded £24.3m settlement

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. Continue reading