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Mills soaked McCartney's lawyer
Fiona Shackleton entering and leaving court (Photos: Getty and AP)
Sir Paul's lawyer Fiona Shackleton left court with wet hair (right)
Heather Mills poured a jug of water over the head of Sir Paul McCartney's lawyer Fiona Shackleton at the end of their divorce case, she has admitted.

Ms Shackleton was seen leaving the High Court in London with wet hair after the hearing on Monday.

Ms Mills told the BBC she approached Ms Shackleton and said: "I'm not a loser."

She then "poured the whole jug of water on her head", she said. "I was very calm," she added. Ms Mills was awarded 24.3m from Sir Paul in the divorce.

Outside court on Monday, Ms Mills had criticised Ms Shackleton's handling of the case.



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