Mccartney's Fired Rep Turned Down Lucrative Book Deal
Sir Paul McCartney's secrets are safe with his ex-publicist Geoff Baker - the former representative insists he turned down a $225,000 (£150,000) deal to write a tell-all book about the Beatles legend.
Baker worked with the singer for 15 years before they parted ways in 2004, when MCCartney released a statement explaining that his rep's behaviour had "not reached the professional standards I had come to expect".
Despite being made jobless by his pal, Baker insists he would never betray the rocker in exchange for a huge cheque.
He tells Britain's Daily Express, "Once you've had a falling out with a colossus it's hard to pick up the pieces.
"I've been offered £150,000 to write a tell-all book on Paul but I've turned it down and will continue to turn down offers like that."