Tuesday, August 8, 2006
Paul finally got a bit smarter...
Honestly, I didn't give 2 shits about this hooker til it became apparent that she was TOTALLY taking advantage of Paul McCartney. I find her offensive to the entire female gender. I wonder if she hopped away after the incident.....you know, hopped away hopped away hopped away home.....
off of handbag gossip:
Heather left out in the cold Heather Mills McCartney was reportedly left out in the cold last night after finding out her estranged husband Sir Paul had changed the locks on the home the couple once shared.
According to the Daily Mirror, the former model was left even more red-faced after Sir Paul's staff called police when her security guard tried to scale the wall of the property. The newspaper claims that Heather, 38, arrived at the north London mansion of the former Beatle yesterday evening to drop off their two-year-old daughter Beatrice as part of a pre-arranged visit.
But it seems that Sir Paul, who wasn't at home at the time of the incident, had neglected to tell his staff about the agreement. After discovering that he had changed the locks on the house at St John's Wood following their split, Heather reportedly then tried unsuccessfully to get an answer on the intercom.
When her security guard made a last ditch attempt to get into the property by climbing over the wall, Sir Paul's staff feared he might be an intruder and alerted police, leaving a humiliated Heather to explain the situation to officers when they arrived at the scene. She was eventually let into the house after the misunderstanding was cleared up.
Commenting, a Scotland Yard spokesman said: 'Police were called at approximately 19:50 BST to an address in NW8 to reports of a suspect on the premises.' 'Officers attended and spoke to a female who subsequently left the scene.
No offences took place.'Sir Paul and his estranged wife have not commented on the incident, but a source said to be close to the couple, told the Daily Mail that Heather was 'absolutely mortified' over the mix up.