‘Marry me or it’s over, Heather warned Paul’

Daily Mail - - News - By Laura Roberts Show­busi­ness Re­porter

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.

Miss Mills: Rev­e­la­tions

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