"Eighty-five percent of my income goes to my charity," Heather Mills told TV's Extra. "The word 'gold digger' doesn't go with that. If I was a gold-digger, I would have a lot of money in my bank account. I'd be worth millions and millions."
Heather is still after Paul McCartney's millions - that hasn't changed - but now she seems to be implying that she'll give most of it away once she gets her hands on it.
"I'm a good mother. I'm a good person," she said. "I fell in love for the right reason. I fell in love unconditionally."
Other than saying she's not a gold-digger and what a great humanitarian she is, the tell-all interview to be shown on "Extra" will likely reveal other aspects of Heather's brief 4-year marriage to Sir Paul. It is believed that she may talk about the alleged physical abuse she suffered at the hands of the 64-year-old former Beatle.
Sir Paul vehemently denies the abuse claims but has so far refused to hit back at his estranged spouse: "There are certain things in life that are personal, and I think a relationship with a partner is intensely personal, and I prefer to keep it that way.”