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Don't Expect Heather Mills To Be Charitable Anytime Soon

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Just when you thought a $50 million divorce settlement might finally put an end to all the drama, Heather Mills is apparently going back for seconds. Why? Well apparently it just isn’t enough for her to survive on. Seriously.

The now ex-wife of Sir Paul McCartney is claiming that it’s just not possible to look after her three-year-old daughter on the nearly $70,000 provided for her care. Wha? My God, I could actually afford to look at the expensive part of a sushi menu for that amount! What exactly does a three-year-old require? Well, according to Heather, she doesn’t want her child to be seen to have a different lifestyle when she is with Mom compared to with Dad. Ah ha, so it’s all about the image. Yea, that’s pretty important to someone under five. It gets better:

“One said: ‘Heather says she can prove the amount of money that is being given to look after Bea will not last over the year. She is putting it to the test. Even with Bea travelling in economy Heather says it’s not enough. She is keeping every receipt – including her invoice to her security team – to show that £35,000 is just not sufficient.'”

The point here is that organizations supported by Mills should not expect much in the way of donations. While $50 million may sound like a lot to you and me, we should remember that it signals destitution for others.

via daily mail

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