The CNN host says Macca’s ex, Heather Mills, should thank him, not accuse him
Piers Morgan has responded to countless allegations that he knew of, condoned or practiced phone hacking while editor of the Daily Mirror, but Monday night on Conan O'Brien he switched roles and became the accuser.
Morgan accused Heather Mills, the ex-wife of Paul McCartney, of hacking her former husband, the same charge Mills has leveled against Morgan.
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"Paul McCartney is apparently now claiming someone hacked his phone," Morgan told O'Brien. "I suspect it was Heather Mills because in the divorce, if you study the divorce papers, Paul McCartney accused Heather then of hacking into his phones and passing information to the papers."
The conversation started when O'Brien asked Morgan about the hacking charges, to which Morgan said: "I kind of thought when Heather Mills poked her head up above the parapet the whole thing got completely ridiculous."
Morgan then recounted how he introduced Mills and McCartney, eventually costing McCartney $50 million in settlements payment. Morgan said Mills should thank him, and added if there was anyone he should apologize to it is Sir Paul.