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Lady Mucca wants �40 million

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AB Asks | 16:07 Fri 09th Mar 2007 | Body & Soul
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Heather Mills wants �40 million from Sir Paul McCartney in a divorce settlement. It would mean that the ex-model would get �10,000 a day. Are these huge divorce payouts justified? Do you think that rich men could be put off marriage for fear of women only marrying them as a smart career move with a huge payout after a couple of years?

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she hasnt got a leg to stand on....................................
she told Macca to stump up !
:-)
who really cares , let them and their lawyers get on with it.
He was generous enough during their marriage to buy her a plane.......and a Ladyshave for her other leg! ;o)
all joking aside the comments re her only having one leg are a bit childish and been posted numerous times before.
What's this got to do with Body & Soul? You need to set a better example Mrs. Ed!
Champers, i think it could be due to the fact (almost) that lady M would obviously sell her soul for a slice of Mr M`s cash.......
and if were to believe EVERYTHING we read in the gutter....
she`s sold her body more than once before !!
:-)
most expensive prostitute ever
1. I really don't like her
2. Payouts justified? depends from one marriage to another
3. Yes probably
I think that it's none of my business. Going through a divorce myself at the moment, where thankfully my wife wants nothing from me that I'm not in full agreement she's entitled to,I'm quite sensitive to the notion that no-one knows what's in someone's mind until they actually do it.
I think the woman has an unfairly bad press, and I don't think it''s any of our business. Paul McCartney is not a Saint and I'm sure she's not the Devil, it would be well to remember that.
I'm sure some men might be put off marrying, but I'd never sign a prenup as I wouldn't be marrying a woman I didn't trust, can't see the point.
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nox, no ones suggesting his royal highness sir paul is a saint, but the dirty low life of a wife he managed to latch his silky soft fingers into does appear to be using every trick in the book to take every �million she can dig her witch like claws away from him...
:-)
no one made sir P marry her in the first place, if he made a mistake, join the queue, but im fed up reading about how evil she is and the nasty comments re her amputation. whatever the outcome they will both have more money than we could ever imagine having.
Who gets the child then? With all that money does he still have to pay her child support? I know living in a posh gaff in London must cost a fortune (I actually was gonna put an arm and a leg there but changed it, no joke i was : (( Crete made me feel bad ).
how did you work out its 10 00 pounds a day? how do you know what her life expectancy is? She might die in a month then it would be 1 million a day
I took the ed to mean that it is a payoff of !0.000 quid a day for each day they were actually a married couple, did anyone else think that? i didn't think it meant for her future at all. ( But i bet the ed got the statistics from a news article somewhere)
good point there dot, or maybe thats the interest? I would agree it was probably got from the front of the daily mail/express/sun
serves him right, there's no fool like an old fool, she has got what she set out to get ,and he fell for it hook line and sinker, rich older men never seem to learn, they all are suckers for a good looking girl.
Good point Marvelman...but where`s the good looking girl in this case?
�40,000,000 out of a fortune of �900, 000,000?
He should consider himself lucky, and give it to her, draw a line under it, and get on with his life.

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