Skip to comments.Heather Mills a 'working girl'
Posted on 06/12/2006 3:38:19 AM PDT by bwteim
Heather Mills a 'working girl'
June 12, 2006
A FRESH torrent of sex claims has emerged about Sir Paul McCartney's estranged wife, Heather Mills, as the fallout from their breakup continues.
The allegations, including that Mills was once a high-class prostitute who specialised in lesbian and group sex, appeared in yesterday's British newspapers. News of the World said it had compiled a dossier detailing years of vice, including callgirl sessions Mills had with an arms dealer and an Arab prince for fees as high as $12,500 a session.
The paper quoted a former prostitute who claimed to have had a threesome with Mills and a member of the Saudi royal family, and identified another woman who is said to have acted as Mills' madam.
And the paper obtained a sworn affidavit from a bagman who claimed he had handed over wads of cash to Mills after she had sex with his boss.
The papers didn't carry a response from Mills, but she has in the past specifically denied being a high-class prostitute.
--- but briefly worked in Durham, NC....
When she lost the leg, did her price go up, or did her price go down?
This story doesn't have a leg to stand on.....
Let it Be
Whatever her status as a "working girl", I never liked her. Seemed too snooty to me and only wanted Paul to push her crusade against land mines.
Boy, you've been a naughty girl
you let your knickers down
I am the eggman
They are the eggmen
I am the walrus
Goo goo g' joob
Still connect the name Mills as in Wilbur and Fanne Fox ...
I was the walrus. Paul wasn't the walrus.
Technically she could have been telling the truth. Arms dealers aren't especially high class.
Hey, she can't kick.
Set beebers to stunn...
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'MACCA IS STUNNED BUT HEATHER HAS ASSURED HIM THERE IS NOT A SHRED OF TRUTH TO IT. THEY'RE BOTH DEVASTATED'
I connect it with Hayley Mills.
One things for sure, after this divorce she won't have to work any more.
"How dare you accuse me of having class!" wailed Mills.
The recent pictures published by the Sun should remove all doubt.
Right, but other differences: Yoko was considered an artist and singer (by "some", me not included).
To be clear, I think her price to go down, went up.
She looks like a $20 whore to me. Paul could do better.
Can't buy me love?
Yeah, I'm slightly older than 21. Parent Trap was a favorite of mine, not due to Hayley, rather, Maureen O'Hara. :)
The fool on the Mills.
If true then multimillionaire Paul is guilty of not doing a background check on his prospective wife. If ye old Saturday Night live skits reflect reality, then Paul was stoned on weed for decades. Dana Carvey, Phil Hartman used to savage him as a dumbass stoner who is confronted by Frank Sinatra who gets confused and calls him Ringo
Stella and Paul's other kids abhorred her. Maybe they were right? All I see is millions and millions of dollars being squandered by idiots, nothing constructive done with that wealth. What is Stella? A fashion model?
Umm, shouldn't that be a 20 pound whore?
Marked down as half off.
It's simply an incredible accusation. Didn't Paul have this woman's background checked? He stands to lose hundreds of millions of dollars. He can afford it sure but...
Stella is a fashion designer. Not a clothes horse.
I hate to tell you this, but you're showing your age.
After slick willie, Wilbur Mills' escapades seem kind of tame.
My mistake. Thanks!
This is an example of the British press defending Paul through yellow journalism.
Tame and comical, you're right.
It's a feeding frenzy out there... Did not know that Macca was Sir Paul's short name, as in Macca Stunned. Each day, we can learn something new yet unimportant;)
They used to say, "Live and let live".
At current exchange rates, it would only be a 10 GBP whore ...
Ah, yes, the Argentine Firecracker.
I think we're showing our age.
Heather Mills was fighting to salvage her reputation yesterday after an onslaught of revelations, including sensational claims that she worked as a high-class prostitute.
The estranged wife of Sir Paul McCartney was in frantic talks with her lawyers after two former vice-girls said she was paid thousands of pounds a night for having sex with wealthy Arab businessmen.
An ex-aide to a Saudi-born arms dealer also claimed to have handed over around £6,400 in cash to Miss Mills after she took part in sex sessions with his boss.
The claims are a devastating blow to Miss Mills who separated from the former Beatle last month after four years of marriage.
They come just days after pictures of her posing naked for a pornographic German book called Die Freuden Der Liebe (The Joys of Love) were unearthed. And yesterday her co-star in the lurid pictures, taken in the late 1980s, added to her difficulties by dismissing claims that the book was an educational 'lovers' guide.
Peter Wilson, a former male model and aspiring actor, said Miss Mills's attempts to gloss over the embarrassing pictures were 'laughable'. Yesterday Miss Mills, 38, was pictured looking gaunt and lonely on the beach near her £2million East Sussex home with her two-year-old daughter Beatrice.
Summoned to the Prince's bedroom former escort girl Petrina Montrose claimed Miss Mills was one of three women hired to take part in an orgy with an Arab prince. Miss Montrose said she and Miss Mills had been told to go to the five-star Dorchester hotel, in Central London.
Miss Montrose, who is now 37 and lives in Essex, said: "It was a really lavish affair. There was a buffet of Lebanese food and Ashley [the madam] was already there with a group of about six working girls, including Heather.
"The prince was tall and greasy and I wanted to leave but I knew that to get my money I'd have to have sex with anyone in the room who picked me. Still, Heather was bubbling over with enthusiasm."
Miss Montrose said she was eventually summoned to the prince's bedroom to find two other women were already there naked - including Miss Mills.
When the orgy finished "Heather made no attempt to put her clothes on" she told the News of the World.
"Instead she started parading naked around the room, trying to impress the prince even more." Miss Montrose said she was paid £1,000 for her night's work.
A pleasing performance
Abdul Khoury, who claims to have been arms dealer Adnan Khashoggi's private secretary from 1977 until last year, said one of his responsibilities was to look after prostitutes for Mr Khashoggi, once listed as the world's richest man.
He told the News of the World: "One [of the prostitutes] was Heather Mills who I know had sex with him on a number of occasions in return for money," he was quoted as saying.
He described one occasion in 1988 when Miss Mills was flown out to meet Mr Khashoggi at his villa in Marbella, Spain.
"She was booked to attend a party with another lady. I arranged their flight tickets from London and met them personally," he said.
"The day after the party I took Heather and her companion to see Mr Khashoggi. Before they left, Mr Khashoggi called me in and asked me to count out two amounts of £2,000 to put the money into envelopes and to give them to each of the girls.
"Sometimes Mr Khashoggi would make comments to me about the girls he paid to have sex with him.
"In Heather's case I remember his remark that she had soft skin. And was very athletic in bed. Mr Khashoggi was always very pleased with Heather's performance."
According to Mr Khoury, Miss Mills had at least four other meetings with Mr Khashoggi.
These took place in luxury hotels in London during the early 1990s. After each occasion, she was paid $2000 in cash.
£5,000 for a night's work
Denise Hewitt met Miss Mills while working as a high-class call girl in 1991.
According to Miss Hewitt, Miss Mills heard that she had a wealthy Arab client and 'suggested we could both see him and do a "girlie scene".
"By this I knew she meant lesbian sex. I thought at the time that Heather may have been bisexual because whenever we got together to talk about recent jobs it was always Heather who'd mention if she'd done a job with another girl," she told the News of the World.
Miss Hewitt said the next time she was with her client, a Saudi prince, she put the idea to him. He readily agreed and Miss Mills was summoned by taxi.
"I introduced her and suggested she take her clothes off and join us in bed. It turned out that underneath her casual stuff she was wearing really sexy underwear - black and lacy with stockings and suspenders and high heels The prince was really excited."
Hewitt claims that Miss Mills left at around 5am and was handed £5,000 by the prince in two packets of £50 notes.
A few years later, she saw Miss Mills on television wearing a gem-encrusted Bulgari watch - just like one the prince gave to many of his favourite call-girls.
She said that Miss Mills often boasted that her rich and powerful client list also included members of the Maktoum racing dynasty, and that she had earned up to £10,000 in a single night.
A guide to cheap slap and tickle
The catalyst for the explosive allegations about Miss Mills's past was the publication last week of pictures of her in a sordid photo-shoot for Die Freuden Der Liebe.
Miss Mills has tried to play down the erotic shots, saying the book was educational. But yesterday the male model who starred alongside her scotched her denials, describing the book as "cheap slap and tickle".
Peter Wilson described the pho-toshoot - which included simulating sex, rubbing baby oil and whipped cream on each other, and acting out scenes with sex toys - as "cheap, titillating and sleazy".
When Mr Wilson said he felt uncomfortable with the explicit scenes she told him to "get with the programme" saying she "needed the money" - about £150 for the day's work.
Although Miss Mills was only 20 at the time, Mr Wilson said he was taken aback by her sexual confidence.
"As the day wore on it just became sleazy. I didn't like it," he told the Mail on Sunday.
"As [the shoot] became more explicit she wasn't shying away from it. It was just like, "Next shot'."
Mr Wilson, who is now 48 and living in Mallorca, said even at that young age Miss Mills seemed impressed by wealth.
When she saw he drove a Mercedes, she stepped up her flirtation - even "accidentally" dropping her towel in front of him.
She also expressed a preference for older men. "She said young men only had what was between their legs and nothing between their ears."
However, she was disparaging about her future husband's musical talents.
When Mr Wilson said he was from Liverpool - home of the Beatles, Heather allegedly responded: "Everyone knows John's the one with all the talent and Paul's the window dressing."
Timed 'to cause maximum hurt'
Miss Mills has been dogged by rumours of a murky past but has dismissed them as 'vile' smears.
Yesterday, her lawyers insisted the allegations were groundless.
"These are not new stories and were refuted by her lawyers four years ago when first raised," it said.
"The sources clearly are a variety of unreliable persons who have been paid for these stories.
"The timing of the article is clearly designed to cause maximum hurt to Heather, her husband and family at this sensitive time."
Nonetheless, the allegations could be hugely damaging for a woman who has tried to reinvent herself as a charity campaigner.
Nor could they have come at a worse time for her as she tries to thrash out a divorce settlement with Sir Paul. He is said to be horrified by the deluge of revelations about her.
A friend of the couple said: "He is appalled by what is being done to her. It's a witchhunt. He's being very supportive. He's very aware that people are out to destroy her."
However, others have questioned the timing of the revelations. It is understood the News of the World paid Denise Hewitt £50,000 for her story two years ago - but had been sitting on it ever since.
And yet, a Bright Light of Hope we find amidst this tawdry story...
Aging, Balding, Diet Defying Guys Ping....
This news is BS. The Saudi royal family isnt high class.
LOL. Careful Reader Award!
Sounds pretty high-class to me.
Don't know about high-class, but anytime you specialize, no matter the occupation, you get to charge more;)
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