Heather Mills Claims She Arranged Beatles Deal With iTunes

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Heather Mills may be the one to thank for getting the Beatles' music catalog up on iTunes, according to Consequence of Sound.

Mills, Paul McCartney's ex-wife, claims she talked to Steve Jobs and organized the deal to finally get the digital Beatles albums onto iTunes.

Also, she said she won't be going back to court for more money, and that all that was settled at the time of the divorce. Here comes the sun!

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