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She later wrote in her autobiography that the owner of a jewellery shop in Clapham gave her a job on Saturdays, but Jim Guy, the owner of Penrose Jewellers, later stated: "Everything she wrote about me was lies, I never gave her a job; she just hung around and made tea. The only thing that was true was she nicked stuff from the shop", which Guy said was worth £20,000.
Mills was born in Aldershot, Hampshire, to John "Mark" Francis Mills, a former British paratrooper, and his wife, Beatrice Mary Mills, née Finlay, who was the daughter of a colonel in the British Army.
I'm not ashamed to say that we were forced to steal because when you are a young child, you'd rather do that than face a beating from your father".
She later wrote that at the age of 15 she ran away to join a funfair, and lived in a cardboard box under Waterloo station for four months, although Stapley denied this by saying that she occasionally left home at weekends to travel with a young man who worked for a funfair in London.
Mills set up a refugee crisis centre in London, helping over 20 people to escape the war.
She drove to deliver donations to Croatia, taking modelling assignments in Austria on the way to pay for the trip, On 8 August 1993, Mills and Mincione walked to the corner of De Vere Gardens and Kensington Road, London, but while crossing Kensington Road, Mills was knocked down by a police motorcycle, the last in a convoy of three, Mills was awarded £200,000 by the police authority as recompense for her injuries, even though the police motorcyclist, PC Osbourne, was later cleared by magistrates of driving without due care and attention.
Heather Anne Mills (born 12 January 1968) is an English former model, media personality, businesswoman, and activist.