April 25, 2007, 2:11 pm
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“You’ve got a man who’s madly in love with his daughter who lives on the other side of the coast, who doesn’t get to see her very much. It’s wrong to speak to your daughter like that. I would never talk to my daughter like that, but his daughter lives with Kim and we have no idea what goes on behind closed doors. People lose it, forgive him. Don’t throw stones when you live in a glass house – we are not here to judge and criticize what other people do.”

Heather Mills, on her sympathies towards Alec Baldwin following the release of a voicemail message where the actor calls his 11-year-old daughter, Ireland, a “rude, thoughtless little pig”


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so right. f! paul mccartney too

Comment by john

^ agreed!

Comment by dottcomm1

She’s right.

Comment by Trinidad

I agree, too. That voice mail was left by a man who loves his daughter, was hurting, but definitely has emotional issues. I don’t think we can understand or judge the situation.

Comment by not into it

^Yeah, I agree.

Comment by Aysla

As far as I can see thats the only sane thing she has said in about 3 years – so it begs the question – did you mean it or did you just expect it to make you look well balanced and non judgemental. Its so difficult to read celebrities intentions these days isn’t it.

Comment by Lord Wednesday Horlicks

I really don’t think she is in any position to comment and speculate on someone else’s marriage and parenting skills. She says she is not judging but she is judging just by opening her mouth up about it. It’s not like she can talk…

Comment by Stephi

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