Mills locked out


08 August 2006


Police quiz humiliated Heather as Sir Paul locks her out of home

This is the moment Heather Mills suffered public humiliation when police were called after she tried to get into the London home she once shared with Sir Paul McCartney.

The bitterness between Sir Paul and his estranged wife appeared to plunge to new depths after the ex-model found she could not enter the building with her usual key.

After a week of increasingly terse exchanges, 64-year-old Sir Paul had changed the locks on the front door of the former marital home in North London.

Sir Paul may have been daft to have gotten hitched to this goldigging bint but at least he’s having the sense to do all he can to defend himself from a severe mugging in the divorce courts. It remains to be seen if it’ll be enough.

posted by Duncan Idaho @ 5:19 PM


At 6:11 PM, nevo said…

He ought to know better.
Something I have learned in court, from the judge himself is that in British law there is not such a thing as infidelity. The fact you marry a woman it does not preclude her from having extramarital sex in British law. She is free to become the easiest ride in town if she pleases to, after she marries you, and you can’t do anything about it. In fact, if you do something about it you’ll probably be breaking the law.
Marital vows are strictly the domain of the church, and as we all know how easy they are forgotten.
By spousing the woman you love, you gain no guarantees of your marriage being a sexually exclusive one. All you have is her word given in church.
Of course she still owns half your life financially, whether she contributed anything financially or not.
To conclude, I have to say that marriage is just a ruse where the women usually gets the best of what belongs to you (meaning men).



At 7:32 PM, nevo said…

If you think prostitutes may solve or soothe your sexual cravings, think again when you read this from The New York Times:
Thanks to this sort of law, a prostitute in Port Richey, Fla., who killed her 72-year-old client with his own gun rather than flee was not charged last month.

So, beware of the spider killing his mate after mating.



At 8:48 PM, Playboy said…

RE: “Paul may have been daft to have gotten hitched to this goldigging…”

Don’t fall for the garbage that there are ‘goldigging’ women vs. nice women and that Paul ‘picked’ the wrong women… thus, it’s his own fault for ‘picking’ the wrong woman. All women do this.

This isn’t any different than what every divorced guy goes through but with a larger pot-o-gold for ex-wifey. Any woman who had married Paul would be pulling this same stunt and clawing for every penny they can get (all woman).


At 8:58 PM, Captain Zarmband said…

I can imagine that the child may be the next centre of operations for the former Lady McCartney. I think she’ll leave Britain for another country and try to get custody of the child to take with her. I always felt that this divorce would get nasty and I think it’ll get much nastier as time goes on. I’ll keep my views about the former Heather Mills to myself. I think most people saw through her straight away. I don’t hold out much hope that Sir Paul will get anything approaching justice from the British courts as they are totally biased in favour of women, no matter what the woman’s track record may be. I think he’ll get totally ripped off. I think she’ll end up paying a heavy price though, as the press will hound her for the rest of her days. I think she’ll end up alone and friendless as the whole world turns its back on her and she plummets into depression. Will I have any sympathy for her? Not even a tiny drop.


At 9:20 PM, Tony Sclafani said…

I think it’s a delicious irony that the guy behind all those phony love songs can now get a taste of what reality is like. The Stones knew this all along and this is why their music still sounds rocking, while the Beatles stuff sounds like quaint period pieces.

Had he listened to the Stones’ “Aftermath” rather than his own “love will conquer all” swill, he would not be in this predicament.

PS — If anyone wants to buy the Stones’ landmark 1966 effort, “Aftermath,” I recommend the UK version to the abbreviated US version.


At 12:48 AM, HAWKEYE said…




At 2:23 AM, Anonymous said…

“All you need is love… and a good lawyer”.

hahaha 🙂


At 4:53 AM, Anonymous said…

This is off topic but I can’t comment on his site

Young Buck’s latest post describes a dad to be doing double shifts to make ends meet.

How many hours a day does that mean exactly?

Poor bastard.



At 5:11 AM, Anonymous said…

That policewoman looks pretty hot.


At 10:21 AM, Anonymous said…

Hey Duncan. Would be interested to hear your opinion on this, and similar resources.


At 4:10 PM, Anonymous said…

She came in through the bathroom window
Protected by a silver spoon
But now she sucks her thumb and wanders
By the banks of her own lagoon
Didn’t anybody tell her?
Didn’t anybody see?
Sunday’s on the phone to Monday,
Tuesday’s on the phone to me


At 5:01 PM, Anonymous said…

Paul grew up in a different era. When Women were saner and not fully infected with the FemNag virus. That he misjudged his predator Second wife and ignored advice from Family. Simply shows that Men are ill equipped to deal with truly Manipulative Women.

They all think. She will appreciate Me for the $$$s, lifestyle, affection, Love, support, loyalty that I provide her. Wrong Women are governed by their emotions. And when they are bored or perceive they are not the center of attention. They are encouraged to cheat, and bail on their Husbands. Even Sir Paul McCartney.

Paul the times they are a changin. You need to get with the times and join the real world. Very expensive lesson. For a Traditionally raised man, today SUCKS.



At 9:25 AM, Anonymous said…

So, what career did Heather Mills sacrifice after her marriage to Paul? Of course, she had to sacrifice being a slutty porn actress.

I can just imagine the judge buying this plea wholesale.


At 8:43 PM, Anonymous said…

Now come on guy’s!

Considering she’s only got one leg I thought it was a bit rude of Sir Paul to tell her to hop it.

Arf arf.


At 12:21 AM, mfsob said…

I’m sorry, Sir Paul but –

Bed … made … lie.

But hey, I’m a generous guy. Here’s a biggggggggggggg tube of KY Jelly, you’re going to need it where you’re going …


At 1:02 AM, HAWKEYE said…

hi guys
sorry to go away from the subject ,but i found this info and thought you all may be interested.
RE in Australia the government has introduced sweeping changes to the family court and child support,
i have placed a address where you can find out more ,but to summarize the highlights .

1 any female who makes false allegations of abuse is required to pay costs.

2 after the bastard child turns 7 ,the mother is transfered from single parent allowance to the dole ,and is required to do at least 15 hrs work a month ,at risk of loosing benefit completely.

3 .if parents separate then the couple must visit a government family cetre to mediate a settlement.court may only be used in cases wher abuse is alleged.

it gets better

4,when a couple separate neither parent is allowed to take the children out of school and move to a new location ,until the mediator or court approves it

5 where as before the stance of the court was that the mother is the preferred parent,now the court must begin with the view that 50/50 equal parenting is best for the child and negotiate from there.

there is more ,to be rolled out over 3 years,but these are just some highlights,
to see more go to.

once again duncan sorry to go of the track.


At 8:28 AM, Paul Parmenter said…


Don’t apologise for going off track. Your report on these important and necessary changes in Oz are very much on track, don’t you see? They are central to getting a better balance in divorce cases and much fairer treatment for children where they are involved.

Who wants to bet that the changes reduce the numbers of divorces down under, as women discover that divorce is no longer a near-certain route to booting fathers out of their children’s lives, collecting all the goodies and having a free ride at ex-hubby’s expense? It’s a step in the right direction for sure. Not a complete step of course as I can still see injustices and there seems to be no fundamental change in the concept that dad must still do most of the paying while mum does most of the receiving, but it is a start.

The fact that misandrists like Elspeth McInnes are clearly upset by the changes can be taken as a very good sign. What’s bad for a feminist must de facto be good for common sense and fairness.


At 7:06 PM, Richard said…

Not all is as it seems…

Heather is sharing custody of her child with Paul and was due to hand the kid over in some public place.

Instead of doing this she turned up at Paul’s home (where she no longer lives) and made a big show of being locked out of a home she voluntarily left.

Far form being humiliated she called the press before hand to see the stunt- seeking sympathy ahead of the trial.

The result? One embarrassed, traumatized kid- and the papers like her even less now than they did before.

Manipulative, selfish bitch.


At 8:31 PM, Duncan Idaho said…

Good find there Hawkeye!


At 3:07 AM, Happy Bullet said…

Thanks for sharing Hawkeye!

I’ve had my concerns over the Howard government and their bloody one-sided Violence against women – Australia says no multi-million dollar advertising campaign, but this is GOOD NEWS.

Frankly I think the situation would be worse under labour, as much as I prefer some of their other policies. At least Howard stands up to feminists from time to time.


At 12:28 PM, HAWKEYE said…

it has only been 3 months since the first of these changes came in ,but i cant say i have noticed any change on the ground level.
i guess this is because wimen have been so conditioned to getting the house ,getting the kids ,money,etc etc ,that they have not realized there world has changed.
and i would bet that most wimen dont even realize the law has changed,
not until a few stories start trickelling back to them that,hey i didnt get everything ,and he has rights,
i feel it will go a long way to helping Australian society,once these welfare professionals realize that they will have to work to support there own kids .
i would just like to mention that these changes came about from a lot of hard work from a group called ,
Australian family law reform association.and endless work from ,believe it or not, a woman named coral slatery


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