Sir Paul McCartney's ex-wife Heather Mills has re-ignited her feud with the British press - by insisting journalists who write "horrible things" about her will be struck down with cancer.
Mills and MCCartney endured a messy public divorce last year (08) after six years of marriage, and the former glamour model later accused the U.K. tabloids of vilifying her - insisting she received "worse press than a paedophile or a murderer".
In an explosive interview on British TV in 2007, Mills said: "They make up such lies. They’ve called me a whore, a gold-digger, a fantasist, a liar, the most unbelievably hurtful things."
Mills has now revived her war of words with the media - insisting people who spread "lies" about her will be punished.
She tells U.K. newspaper The Observer, "The truth always outs in the end... no one gets away with those things. Certain journalists have written horrible things, and then they've got cancer, or they've had a tumour, or they've died. And it's terrible for them, but they've done really evil things. I truly believe things come back round."