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Lady Heather Mills: The First Beatle On Trial

by | 19th, March 2008

heather-mills-horns.jpg WHEN Lady Heather Mills hatched from a phoenix egg, many knew she that young Penny Lane, as she was then known, would achieve greatness.

Princess Diana’s unforgivable envy of Lady Heather was hurtful but would not stall the girl many were already calling the First Beatle.

Today Lady Heather appears on the nation’s front pages as a beacon of what you can become if you have talent, drive and an open heart.

“LADY LIAR,” says the Mirror’s front-page headline. “JUDGE SAVAGES FANTACIST HEATHER,” says the Express on its cover. “PONOCCHIO,” says the Sun.

This is the Mail’s front page “DAMNATION OF HER LADYSHIP”. The paper says Heather’s reputation is “shredded”.

It all depends, of course, on what Heather’s reputation once was and is. “Judge accuses her of blatant make believe,” says the Mail.

Sir Hugh Bennett, the judge, is reading from the book of Heather.

He says of her cost of living that she has “flagrantly over-egged the pudding”.

heather1.gif He sees her spend £3,715,683 in a year. Says Sir Hugh: “She did not moderate her spending after separation. I have no doubt that in the wife’s mindset

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