‘Marry me or it’s over, Heather warned Paul’
HEATHER Mills gave Paul McCartney an ultimatum to marry her or she would leave him, according to a friend and ex-prostitute.
Denise Hewitt, who worked as an escort with Heather in the Eighties, said the former model spoke openly in the early stages of their relationship of plans to push Sir Paul to propose.
Miss Hewitt revealed her friend had been determined to marry the former Beatle.
In an interview to be aired tonight on Channel 4 she claimed: ‘She said “I’ll give him an ultimatum and if he doesn’t marry me within say eight months, ten months, I’m going to leave him”.’
She also said Heather had made disparaging remarks about her future husband’s age, saying: ‘Well look at me, I’m marrying an old man with bigger tits than me.’
The former prostitute also talked about Miss Mills’s career as an escort girl.
Miss Hewitt, 44, said: ‘We went into high class prostitution behind closed doors and nobody knew about it…[Adnan] Kashoggi, Kerry Packer and one of the Royal princes of Saudi, they were the big fish and there were a couple of others that were classed as Heather’s sugar daddies.’
She added: ‘Heather knows how to play people, she’s very clever, she’s got an X factor with men for some reason. They just fall madly in love with her and I take my hat off to her because she manipulates people and they’re besotted, like enchanted, you know – like she throws fairy dust all over them.’
Details of Miss Mills’s colourful sexual history were first revealed in the News of the World in June 2006 one month after she separated from her husband.
The charity campaigner has denied having been a £5,000-anight call girl for wealthy businessmen but has never sued over the allegations.
Miss Hewitt’s comments are a further blow to Miss Mills’s already tarnished reputation.
The 40 year-old was labelled a ‘fantasist’ and described as ‘less than candid’ by judge Mr Justice Bennett during the divorce case last month, in which she was awarded a £24million settlement.
Tonight’s programme, Heather Mills: What Really Happened, features other damning revelations from former friends and estranged relatives.
Miss Mills has also been accused of ‘emotional blackmail’ after she described in her 2002 autobiography, Single Step, how she and a childhood friend were ‘kidnapped’ for three days by a paedophile.
Margaret Ambler, 42, was a genuine victim of sexual abuse at the hands of a swimming coach but said the unauthorised account, which also implied she had been raped, was ‘nothing what she made it out to be’.
In May 2006 after a three-year court battle Miss Mills was forced to pay £5,000 compensation and £54,000 of legal costs for fabricating details of the incident and for identifying her friend without permission.
The former neighbour produced a letter from Miss Mills offering £10,000 to end her claim.
It read: ‘This case is causing my family and me huge distress and takes away hundreds of hours from our charity work which in turn harms hundreds of people’s lives.’
The mother of Sir Paul’s fouryear-old daughter Beatrice is reported to have bought a flat in New York and has plans to spend more time in America after claiming the public response is ‘99 per cent’ positive there.
She has just returned from Las Vegas where she was heckled by the audience when she appeared on a judging panel for the Miss America pageant.
A spokesman for Miss Mills declined to comment.
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