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Heather Mills Denies Telling Lie in Court

April 2, 2010 (8:00 am) GMT
Heather Mills rules out accusation that she's been telling lie about her former nanny who asked her money for cosmetic surgery, stating 'I'm not telling a lie. She asked me for 4,000 pounds.'
Heather Mills

has been accused of lying in court over allegations she fell out with her former nanny Sara Trumble about a breast enhancement procedure. The reality TV star took to the stand at an employment tribunal case on Thursday, April 1 and told the court her relationship with the child carer broke down when Trumble asked her for $6,000 for cosmetic surgery.

Mills said, "I had a breast reduction when I was 21 and I couldn't pick anything up for weeks because it was so painful. I didn't criticize her wanting to have a breast enlargement; I just felt it would have been wrong of me to help with something that could have been a reaction to her boyfriend or her hormones."

But the ex-wife of came under fire from Trumble's solicitor Nick Fairweather, who claimed the reality TV star was "telling a very, very unpleasant lie". Mills hit back at the accusation, saying, "I'm not telling a lie. She asked me for 4,000 pounds, how on earth would I have known that amount when I put my statement together?"

The former nanny is taking legal action against Mills, claiming sexual discrimination and constructive dismissal after losing her job in 2008.

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