The Paul Mccartney, Nancy Shevell Affair - Heather Mills demanded estranged husband Sir Paul McCartney confess if he was unfaithful before their split.
The former model, who is currently embroiled in a bitter divorce battle with Paul, quizzed The Beatles legend about whether he romanced married millionairess Nancy Shevell before the pair separated in May 2006.
Heather’s US publicist Michele Blanc told Britain’s Daily Mirror newspaper: “She did ask him if this was going on while they were together, and Paul swore that it did not happen then and that she was just a friend.”
Last night, it was claimed Heather secretly met Paul at his Sussex mansion to give her blessing to his new romance.
She reportedly told him: “Good luck on you. Please do whatever makes you happy.”
Paul and his late first wife Linda were friends with Nancy and her lawyer husband Bruce Blakeman. Nancy, who is now separated from Bruce, has been seen without her wedding ring.
A source said: “Nancy’s marriage has broken down and so has Paul’s. They are both single people and they have a lot in common. She knew Linda and this is a great comfort to him. They have become very close friends in recent months.”
Yesterday, Nancy confessed she has felt “so nervous” since her relationship with Paul was revealed.
Paul was seen drinking cocktails, walking along the beach and dining with Nancy in exclusive New York resort the Hamptons last weekend.
He also met the US socialite in London’s Blakes Hotel on October 11 - just hours after appearing in court to thrash out his divorce settlement with Heather.
Meanwhile, it has been revealed Nancy’s family allegedly had links to the Mafia.
The family’s firm New England Motor Freight, of which Nancy is now vice president, was accused by the US government of paying off Mafia bosses in order to be allowed to operate outside union rules.
In 1988, a lawsuit was filed against Nancy’s father Myron ‘Mike’ Shevell for allegedly having a “corrupt relationship” with reputed Mob killer and extortionist Tony Provenzano.
The case was settled with no admission of wrongdoing by Shevell.
(Via The Post Chronicle)