"I know everything and I know the truth."
~ Heather Mills [Source]
Paul McCartney (left) vs. CIAlebrity impersonator: "Paul McCartney"(right)
Heather Mills gave an interview during her divorce from "Paul" McCartney to Access Hollywood's Billy Bush. In the interview, she said, "You know why I’ve left you. Protect me, and I will say nothing.” She said something so awful happened that was beyond belief. Someone she had loved betrayed her immensely, and not by infidelity. She says people don’t want to know what the truth is because they could never handle it. They would be too devastated.
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Mills also said:
“Knowing what you know now about Paul, would you have married him in the first place?” Billy asked.“Never,” Heather said firmly.
Heather Mills’ Shocking New Claim: "I Have A Box Of Evidence," November 1, 2007, http://www.accesshollywood.com/billy-bush/heather-mills-shocking-new-claim-i-have-a-box-of-evidence_article_7285
Mills has said she put evidence in a box & gave it to a friend in case anything happened to her.Heather Mills McCartney accused Paul McCartney of failing to protect her and their 3-year-old daughter Beatrice from abuse, which she says ranges from lies and slander to death threats..."Do you fear for your life?" she was asked in a British Broadcasting Corp. television interview.
"Yes I do, yes I do," she said.
"And you are saying that Paul McCartney does not protect you and your child?"
"I'm afraid not," Mills McCartney said.
She also appeared earlier in the day on an ITV television morning show, saying she had taken precautions because of death threats.
"I have a box of evidence that's going to a certain person, should anything happen to me, so if you top me off it's still going to that person, and the truth will come out," she said.
"There is so much fear from a certain party of the truth coming out that lots of things have been put out and done, so the police came 'round and said, `You have had serious death threats from an underground movement."'
On the BBC, she was asked if the tabloid newspapers were at fault.
"It's the tabloids and a certain party, but it is so extreme and so abusive ... I mean, I've been called monster, whore, gold digger, fantasist, liar."
"When you say certain party, do you mean someone from Paul McCartney's camp?" BBC reporter Maxine Mawhinney asked.
"I'm not allowed to talk about Paul and the court case and all that kind of stuff, because we are in court," Mills McCartney said.
"But it is, by clear implication, that's what you're saying," BBC reporter Jon Sopel said.
"I can't say, because I'd be in contempt of court. But you're not stupid, that's all I can say." ...Heather Mills says she has box of evidence in case she's killed