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Mills calls on cops over death threats

The threats to McCartney's estranged wife were reportedly made from Beatles' home in Merseyside.

india Updated: Feb 16, 2007 12:05 IST

Sir Paul McCartney’s estranged wife, Heather Mills has filed a complaint to the police over repeated death threats and she fears that her daughter Beatrice too is in danger.

The 38- year-old, who is in a tough legal battle with Beatles legend Sir Paul McCartney, met the police in East Sussex after an appointment.

The threats were reportedly made from Merseyside, home of the Beatles, but the police have not made no arrests and Heather’s sister Fiona has complained that the authorities have not taken adequate measures to protect Mills.

Meanwhile, a source close to the 64-year-old music legend has said that Sir Paul would do anything to protect his daughter and that he would also ensure security for her in his house.

“Paul would obviously do anything to protect Beatrice. His opinion is that if Heather feels Beatrice is ever in danger, then he is more than happy for her to come and stay

with him, where she will be afforded all the protection he can afford,” Daily Mail quoted a source, as saying.

The source added that McCartney isn’t happy to shell out huge amount for Mills for her to have an entourage of staff to accompany her to the gym, and to do some errands.

"Sir Paul is not happy to pay out for protection for Heather just for her to have a vast retinue of staff to do everything for her from posting letters to joining her at the gym,” the source added.

Legal sources have suggested that Mills is using the intimidation to try to win ground in her divorce battle with Sir Paul McCartney.

First Published: Feb 16, 2007 12:05 IST