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Jack Todhunter | Thursday July 23, 2009



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Look closely at the newspaper article on Heather Mills.

Heather’s rants wrecking case

Got the wind up ... Mucca with papers at GMTV yesterday

Published: 09 Nov 2007, The Sun

HEATHER Mills was last night looking for new divorce lawyers – after the top firm she hired “fired? her over her bizarre TV war against Sir Paul McCartney.

Lady Mucca, 39 – who went on GMTV AGAIN yesterday – was phoned by legal eagles Mishcon de Reya and told they could no longer represent her in her £50million battle with the ex-Beatle.

A source claimed the firm acted because Heather was wrecking her own case with repeated tirades. The insider revealed: “Mishcon have just been tearing their hair out. They are astonished at Heather’s crazy outbursts.?

She’s back ... Mucca spouts off to Fiona Phillips
on GMTV yesterday

The law firm ditched the ex-porn star after she DEFIED a gag on talking about the couple’s daughter Beatrice. The order had been put in place to safeguard the four-year-old’s privacy.

Mucca also snubbed legal rules against blabbing about her marriage in public.

The source said: “She was warned against going on TV and talking about Paul, their marriage and anything about her daughter. But she just refused to listen. She was told time and again to keep quiet because she might hand Sir Paul’s lawyers an easy victory.

“But she is so crazy she decided she knew better than the best divorce lawyers in the country.


“It is total madness. Her bid to win public sympathy could end up with her throwing away millions.?

Just last week The Sun told how Mucca was dumped by her publicist Phil Hall following her outbursts in a string of TV interviews in Britain and America. She blamed Sir Paul, 65, for their marriage woes and accused him of failing to help when he knew she felt suicidal.

Yesterday she told GMTV’s Fiona Phillips: “A little girl came...

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