PS25m divorce deal has Mills stripping website of rantsMarch 17th, 2008 - 4:19 pm ICT by admin
London , Mar 17 (ANI): Heather Mills has stripped her website of rants about her divorce from Sir Paul McCartney after he agreed to give her a whopping 25 million pounds as part of their divorce deal.
Mills has taken off a short film of the paparazzi hounding her, pictures of the couple together, a blast at the press, her blog, links to landmine and vegetarian campaigns, anti-seal clubbing and amputee charities from her official website.
According to critics, Mills is doing all this in order to keep a lower profile after the divorce deal was thrashed out.
It seems very strange that the day before shes due in court to officially hear how much shes getting from Paul her inflammatory website is suddenly empty. It may be that she is going to make a fresh start, or update it, but it all seems too much of a coincidence, The Sun quoted a source close to the warring pair, as saying.
The 40-year-model married the legendary singer in 2002 but they split four years later and end up in a court over a six-day divorce battle last month, with Mills representing herself after she dumped her legal team.
Her website carried a two-minute film called Hunting Heather which showed the paparazzi chasing her for snaps. This film was believed to be pivotal in the hearing.
The details of how much of the ex Beatles 825 million pounds fortune will be pocketed by the model will be out today with Mr Justice Bennett confirming the settlement in private at London s High Court.
Bennett will ask what details, if any; they agree should be made public. If either party appeals against the ruling it would be heard in public.
The settlement and any deals covering gagging orders or custody of their daughter Beatrice, 4, would emerge later. (ANI)
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