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Old Jun 05, 2006, 04:15 AM   #1
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Default "Swimsuit Model" -- Sure, if you say so...

The link has some of the more "mild" photos, and they're shocking enough. She has claimed she never did anything explicit, even when she was young and stupid -- but somehow this does not surprise me at all. Sigh. (And this story has not only appeared in the Sun, btw, it is in several other publications today, not all of them tabloids.) I'm grossed out.

http://www.thesun.co.uk/article/0,,2-2006250730,00.html

Lady Macca's porno past

By VICTORIA NEWTON
Showbiz Editor

LADY Heather McCartney posed in depraved pornographic clinches which are bound to sicken her estranged husband Sir Paul and his army of fans.

The ex-model was snapped in a string of lurid scenes for a hard core German book.

Many of the images are too explicit to print in a family newspaper.

One shot shows Heather naked and smothered in baby oil as she performs a sex act on a nude male porn star. The curly-haired man is then photographed performing an act on her with the help of a sex toy.

In other shots Heather appears to act out bondage scenes with whips, handcuffs and edible underwear.

Dressed in red stockings, suspenders and a corset — and with long red-painted nails — she looks like the madam of a sleazy brothel.

She is also seen smearing herself and the male co-star with whipped cream and baby oil. In some snaps her nipples are covered with lipstick.

In other scenes, Heather and the man appear to have sex and perform sex acts while watching themselves in a mirror. And in yet more, Heather ends up naked during a game of strip poker.

The porn shoot was published in 1988 — five years before the blonde became famous after losing her leg when hit by a police motorbike.

Now 38 and mum to Sir Paul’s two-year-old Beatrice, she stopped at very little when she took part in the revolting snaps for Die Freuden Der Liebe — The Joys Of Love.

The filthy volume features 112 pages filled with pictures — and contains NO accompanying words.

Heather and Sir Paul, 63, announced last month that they were separating after just four years of marriage. Geordie-born Heather could claim up to £200million in a divorce.

Ex-Beatle Sir Paul had earlier apparently turned a blind eye to his wife’s “colourful” past — insisting it was all slurs by jealous fans and mean media commentators.

She was once even asked on a US chat show if she had ever been a prostitute, which she denied.
Days ago The Sun told how Heather was a would-be escort girl who dated rich Arabs behind the back of first hubby Alfie Karmal.

He said: “I caught her out lying over a job interview, which turned out to be an interview with an escort agency. Heather claimed she didn’t know it was an escort agency and said she thought she would just be showing clients around London.

“Under that beautiful, caring facade was a manipulative, callous and cold woman.”

Since news of their split became public, Paul has gone out of his way to defend his estranged wife. He regularly posts messages on his website attacking sections of the media for branding her a “gold-digger”.
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Old Jun 05, 2006, 04:27 AM   #2
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It's great to see this forum filled with threads discussing Paul's music
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I would like to call attention to one point of the aforementioned report, which Susan has not copied: the "Sun" has placed in bold letters below the text and in the pictures: "ATTENTION: OUR LAWYERS ARE WATCHING".

This can mean two things, if I know a thing or two about British newspapers:

a.) The "Sun" will go into court for the exclusivity right of the pictures

b.) The "Sun" will go into court if Ms. Mills demand an apology/a monetary compensation because of the publication of these pictures.

If you think this divorce is turning into a circus, well, you ain't seen nothing yet...!

And as for the subject itself, she was a grown-up gal when she took the pictures, innit? So it's not exactly a crime...It's tacky, but not a crime!
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No its not a crime and god forbid if anyone of us was judged because of things we did nearly 20 years ago.
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I would like to call attention to one point of the aforementioned report, which Susan has not copied: the "Sun" has placed in bold letters below the text and in the pictures: "ATTENTION: OUR LAWYERS ARE WATCHING".

This can mean two things, if I know a thing or two about British newspapers:

a.) The "Sun" will go into court for the exclusivity right of the pictures

b.) The "Sun" will go into court if Ms. Mills demand an apology/a monetary compensation because of the publication of these pictures.

If you think this divorce is turning into a circus, well, you ain't seen nothing yet...!

And as for the subject itself, she was a grown-up gal when she took the pictures, innit? So it's not exactly a crime...It's tacky, but not a crime!
I didn't see the bit about the lawyers! Oops...

No, it's not a crime, she was overage. It is very tacky, however...and in light of the fact that she has always denied doing anything explicitly hardcore (yes, I know she did "glamour" modeling, that's different), to me yet another example of her "flexible" relationship with the truth. It's also kind of embarrassing for Paul, in that when whispers about things like this came out early in their relationship/marriage, he stuck up for her and said, basically, "if Heather says she didn't do it, then I believe she didn't do it." I can only imagine how embarrassing this is for him now, having pretty much really been suckered. So much is coming back to bite him in the butt, sadly.

I'm not faulting her for having done it -- plenty of women do things like this when they are young and need money, etc. I guess what bothers me is not so much that she did this, but that she's always denied it and now it's coming out to haunt her. Sad, really.
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I can only imagine how embarrassing this is for him now, having pretty much really been suckered.
Gosh, I hope he's not embarrased for having trusted the person he loved. I think that's rather an admirable quality rather than something to feel embarrassed about. Occasionally one trusts the wrong people, but that's part of life and not anything to be embarrassed about.
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Barbara Bach was quite the Playboy Bunny. Does this mean Ringo got "suckered"?

As for this divorce turning into a circus, I see no evidence of that. I just see what the media is putting out & after 40 years of reading what they say about the Beatles, I don't think they carry THAT much weight.
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Just because they are calling it a day does not mean he doesn't love her anymore, love doesn't just disappear so i doubt he feels foolish or anything (not that he has a reason to be of course), just heartbroken the marriage failed i should imagine.
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She has claimed she never did anything explicit, even when she was young and stupid --
Maybe this isn't her idea of "explicit". Just like she didn't know of the Beatles music. Doesn't she know that the dumb blonde bit only goes so far?
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Christ alive!!!
This will be the biggest mess ever. I'm not sure Paul has the heart or the energy to put up with the pace of this. It's getting messier and messier... and to think they just wanted to keep it simple for Bea's sake!!
In spite of what I think of Heather, I don't judge her for her past. Paul was no saint either... at some point I think he juggled with 5 girls all at the same time during his Beatle years. But still... CHRIST ALIVE!! And I really didn't want to see THAT much of Heather... UCK!!
Once again, I'd like to thank The Sun for the ever so tasteful news report... They specialize on them!!
God, what a mess...
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Paul was no saint either... at some point I think he juggled with 5 girls all at the same time during his Beatle years. But still...
The thing is, he never really denied that, did he? In fact, I think he's owned up to that kind of behavior in his youth.

No, I'm not faulting Heather for doing such a thing when she was young. Plenty of women have done far more stupid things. What I am judging is her extreme and repeated denial regarding ever having done anything more explicit than swimsuit modeling, when clearly it was true that she'd done some pretty hardcore stuff. I always did say methinks the lady doth protest too much...
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her extreme and repeated denial regarding ever having done anything more explicit than swimsuit modeling, when clearly it was true that she'd done some pretty hardcore stuff. I always did say methinks the lady doth protest too much...
Mmm... then again, are you at all surprised??

She's a true magician... only instead of pulling rabbits and pigeons from a hat she pulled off some really surealistic sh**t.
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Just because they are calling it a day does not mean he doesn't love her anymore, love doesn't just disappear so i doubt he feels foolish or anything (not that he has a reason to be of course), just heartbroken the marriage failed i should imagine.
Wise words there Harry, I am glad to see a few in these Heather related "threads"...or...is it "threats"....
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Mmm... then again, are you at all surprised??

She's a true magician... only instead of pulling rabbits and pigeons from a hat she pulled off some really surealistic sh**t.
Not in the least, Vee, not in the least.

Actually, Heather does, unfortunately, fit the clinical description of a sociopath and a pathological liar...the least of which is this chameleon-like behavior. I just feel badly that Paul got involved with her far too quickly after not properly mourning Linda's death, and that there is a child involved in this whole mess...

Actually, I am inclined to believe that Paul is now quite relieved that he is shedding this relationship -- and I am also inclined to believe that the profession of "love" in the wake of this separation is more to save face than because it's really true. Call me a cynic, but I can't see how he can "love" the woman after all this stuff that's coming to light and all the abuse he apparently took at the receiving end of her verbal vitriol. I'm sorry, I saw too many television interviews where she pretty much treated him with contempt to make me think there was "love" involved.
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If Heather at any time would consider an Autobiography....about who she is...how she thinks...what her life has been...what she does every day...how she feels....then I think we have a candidate on our hands here to write it...
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I tend to agree with you FPSHOT, is it cynical or just plain cold.
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She's written one, Rob...and even it contains contradictory information between its two editions...

Maybe that's "cold", but then what is Heather? I've never sensed any warmth whatsoever from her, nothing but coldness and calculated self-preservation. Sorry, that's my perception, I see no reason to change it.
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He said: “I caught her out lying over a job interview, which turned out to be an interview with an escort agency. Heather claimed she didn’t know it was an escort agency and said she thought she would just be showing clients around London.

This part was my favorite!!

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