The ruling in the Mills/McCartney case has been published, and the judge basically calls Heather Mills a liar liar pants on fire. Some choice excerpts: "The husband's evidence was, in my judgment, balanced. He expressed himself moderately though at times with justifiable irritation, if not anger. He was consistent, accurate and honest. But I regret to have to say I cannot say the same about the wife's evidence." And: "I find that the wife's case as to her wealth in 1999 to be wholly exaggerated." And: "I find that, far from the husband dictating to and restricting the wife's career and charitable activities, he did the exact opposite, as he says." And finally: "I accept that since April 2006 the wife has had a bad press. She is entitled to feel that she has been ridiculed even vilified. To some extent she is her own worst enemy. She has an explosive and volatile character." Oh, and also? Mills-McCartney poured water on Paul's lawyer's head yesterday in the middle of the divorce proceedings. Way to endear yourself to the judge, Heather!

[Telegraph, People]