What a #@*!*&% Crock
Let me preface this by saying Heather Mills is a piece of SH!T. 12.15 million a year for being married to a Beatle and bearing a daughter...COME ON!!!!
Heather Mills was a less than candid court witness whose $250 million divorce claim was exorbitant, a judge said in his ruling on her divorce from Paul McCartney.
On Monday, Bennett awarded Mills a $48.6 million divorce settlement after her four-year marriage to the former Beatle. Mills had sought almost $250 million, while McCartney had offered $31.6 million, including Mills' own assets.
In his ruling, the judge said Mills' claim "is and was unreasonable, indeed exorbitant."
He also said Mills' evidence was "not just inconsistent and inaccurate but also less than candid. Overall she was a less than impressive witness."
Paul McCartney to pay $48.6 million in divorce
Mills, 40, walked away from court with a settlement worth about $34,000 for every day of her marriage to the 65-year-old McCartney. But it was only a fifth of what she had sought and a fraction of McCartney's $800 million fortune.
Mills declared that she was "very, very, very pleased."
The settlement included a lump sum of $33 million, plus the assets Mills currently holds worth $15.6 million.
McCartney left after the ruling without comment. But Mills emerged from the three-hour private hearing for an impromptu news conference on the courthouse steps — railing against McCartney's lawyer and accusing McCartney of underestimating his wealth.
"All of you that have researched know that it was always going to be a figure between 20 and 30 million" pounds, said a visibly agitated Mills. "Paul was offering a lot less than that. ... So we're very, very, very pleased."
McCartney also was ordered to pay $70,000 a year for Beatrice, and to pay for her nanny and school fees.
Mills said that was a paltry amount. "She's obviously meant to travel B class while her father travels A class," she said.
Mills and McCartney went to court last month to decide on her share of his fortune, which had been estimated at as much as $1.6 billion. However, the judge found that McCartney's total worth was about $800 million.
Now that the case is over, Mills implored the media to just let it be.
"And I really hope now that me and my daughter can have a life and not be followed every single day and that is why I've come out, to give it closure," she said.