Heather Mills Can’t Spend It Fast Enough

Heather Mills, the most hated woman in the UK, took a little vaycay last week! She took 20 friends with her to celebrate the end of her trainwreck marriage to Sir Paul McCartney. In the UK, it normally takes six weeks for the final divorce decree to come through. Heather and Paul’s came through on May 19th, only 5 days after the divorce was granted. The poor judge most likely couldn’t bear the thought of Heather stomping back into his courtroom!

That means that Heather has had full access since then to the £24 million (approximately $48 million US) in cash and properties she beat out of Sir Paul. Party time!! Heather did it up right last week, spending around £250,000 (aprx. $500,000 US). Vegan banquets were spread out every night and guests were transported by private jet from Antigua to Necker- Sir Richard Branson’s private paradise island.

$500K is enough to buy a four-bedroom house in her hometown of Newcastle. Not that she’s ever going back THERE to live. She’s goldigged worked too hard to get where she is now! Her public image, however, has been smashed due to her crazy-ass behavior throughout the divorce. Heather shops on, blissfully blowing her ex-husband’s money. She just spent $5 million on a condo in New York, and is looking for L.A. property in the $2 million dollar range. She’s reportedly looking for something in the center of London. The price range? Around $10 million.

Her new boyfriend Jamie Walker quit his job as a travel agent to do odd jobs for Heather. She, in return, is hoping to use her contacts in showbiz to help him make it as a DJ! Maybe Heather knows SamRo and Lindsay, or the guy who used to date Nicole Richie. Snarkista confuses him with Christina Aguilera’s caveman.

Maybe Snarkista’s calculator is broken, but it says Heather’s committed over a third of her divorce money on just the items in this article. Since May! That poor divorce judge. Heather’s coming back.

3 thoughts on “Heather Mills Can’t Spend It Fast Enough”

  1. I guess the old saying contains a lot of truth, money doesn’t buy you happiness.

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