“Heather is a calculating, pathological liar and the biggest b—- on the planet,” Mills’ former rep Michele Elyzabeth told Britain’s News of the World. “She not only misled me, she misled the entire world.”
Elyzabeth stopped working for Mills six weeks ago when, she says, she realized the former model was lying to her.
According to Elyzabeth, Mills leaked false stories about McCartney to the press and bugged his phone calls.
Mills once played a phone conversation she had recorded between the former Beatle and his daughter, Stella, for Elyzabeth while wearing latex gloves, the rep said.
“She said she didn’t want her fingerprints on it at all, so they couldn’t trace it back to her,” Elyzabeth explained.
“I heard Paul say, ‘Heather is really crazy, she’s driving me nuts. She should be happy to get what she’s getting she always wants more. She’s never happy.’
“Then Stella made a joke, something like, ‘She doesn’t have a leg to stand on!’ I think they both laughed.”
Mills, who lost a leg during a traffic accident, vowed to “destroy him” after replaying the message, Elyzabeth said.
Mills won nearly $50 million in her divorce settlement from McCartney, but was called out by the presiding judge on her wiretapping and liaisons with the press.
“It is said that on June 25, 2006, the wife illegally bugged the husband’s telephone, in particular a call in which Stella made very unflattering comments about the wife,” the judge wrote in his ruling.
“It is further said that the wife leaked the intercepted material to the press to discredit the husband.”
Mills also asked Elyzabeth to lie about McCartney’s financial aid while she was going through the divorce, the rep says.
“I told millions of viewers Paul didn’t give her any money at all,” Elyzabeth said, referring to an interview she gave with “Extra.” “The media lapped it up.”
In reality, Elyzabeth says, McCartney doled out plenty of cash for Mills during the divorce proceedings, but Mills still tried to get out of paying the publicist for her services.
“I’ve asked myself many times what was Heather’s motivation, but it all points to one thing — money,” Elyzabeth said. “She’s a gold digger. I’m certain her marriage to Paul was all about the money.”