Heather Mills tried to fix 'The Celebrity Apprentice,' her ex-publicists say
Oh, the fur is flying for Heather Mills as her former publicity company has filed a lawsuit against the philanthropist and Paul McCartney's ex.
According to TMZ, Mills' former publicity firm, Parapluie, is suing her for unpaid services in the amount of $168,000 and in the process they've depicted her as a liar and a cheat.
In the lawsuit, the company says it nabbed her a place on NBC's "Celebrity Apprentice" in 2008, but she refused to do the gig unless Donald Trump agreed to name her the winner first. Yeah, because we see Trump being down for that.
She did compete the year before on ABC's "Dancing with the Stars." And after being voted off, she declared she would donate all of the money raised by her performance to an animal charity. According to the lawsuit, that was a lie, as well, and she only donated a portion of that money to charity.
Clearly, publicists know every controversial detail about their clients, since they're constantly trying to spin or cover them up. But, how much of the lawsuit's accusations are fueled by anger? That remains to be seen.
Her new publicists have quite a job ahead of them. They may want to get a down payment first. Just in case...
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