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Heather Mills Busted Over Broken Promises To Charity

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Might I possibly be resigning from Team Heather? Maybe! Here at Ecorazzi we are always looking for the positive things that people in the entertainment world do for green living, humanitarianism, animal rights and charity. In the past I’ve thrown my full support behind Heather Mills even when just about everybody told me not to. However, with recent news surfacing regarding a few of Heather’s broken promises I can’t help but consider rethinking my decision.

After being awarded a hefty £24.3 million divorce payment from Sir Paul McCartney the controversial Brit vowed to give “a large majority” of it to the Adopt-A-Minefield organization, but charity sources at Adopt-A-Minefield claim they haven’t received anything.

A source said: “They have waited in vain for their millions. She’s had plenty of time, but sadly it’s yet another untruth by the queen of lies.” Earlier in the year Heather was quoted saying, “Around 80 per cent of my money goes to charity.” But her former publicist is now calling her “pathological liar”, saying, “I was foolish and saw her simply as the devoted humanitarian, charity campaigner and protective mother she wanted the world to see. Now I want the public to know who the real Heather Mills is.”

Oh crap! Have I been backing the wrong team? I guess only time will tell. I don’t even really need to ask, but what do YOU think about this whole Heather Mills mess? Speak now or forever hold your peace.

via: femalefirst.co.uk

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