Heather Mills' Beatles ban
Heather Mills has removed all songs by ex-husband Sir Paul McCartney from her iPod.
The former model - who received a £24.3 million settlement in her high-profile divorce from The Beatles legend earlier this year - used to exercise to some of Paul's greatest hits, including 'Twist and Shout', 'Lady Madonna' and 'Live And Let Die', on her personal MP3 player.
However, she has now wiped off all of his music and has replaced it with dance tracks.
A friend of Heather's personal trainer Ben Amigoni is quoted by Britain's Daily Express newspaper as saying: "Ben said Heather used to have a mix of Paul's songs as her workout selection. But now she's deleted all those tracks and has chosen dance tunes to do her routines to. Ben finds it funny."
Heather and Paul recorded a song called 'Disability Rap' soon after they began dating in 1999.
The 39-year-old blonde - who lost her left leg below the knee in a motorbike accident in 1993 - wanted the track to be released to raise money for disabled children and was convinced it was the "greatest record she had ever heard".
In the track, Heather reportedly spouted lyrics such as: "It's been hard, other children can be cruel. Teasing and tormenting - freak, weirdo, retard. What do they know?"