Sir Paul McCartney's ex-wife Heather Mills believes people who have blasted her in the past will pay with bad karma.
Heather Mills thinks anyone who has written lies about her should get cancer.
The former glamour model - ex-wife of Beatles legend Sir Paul McCartney - believes in karma and is convinced people who have given her a hard time in the past will get their comeuppance by getting a life-threatening disease.
She said in an interview with Britain's Food Monthly magazine: "The truth always outs in the end... no one gets away with those things. Certain journalists have written horrible things, and then they've got cancer, or they've had a tumour, or they've died. And it's terrible for them, but they've done really evil things. I truly believe things come back around."
The mother-of-one also hit out at claims she copied the late Princess Diana in campaigning against the use of landmines in war and insists she was fighting the cause long before Diana received worldwide attention.
She said: "Princess Diana helped for eight months, and because she was such a shining light and went to one minefield, suddenly everyone was into landmines, but then only because she died did we get the extra 100 people to sign.
"Which was terrible, but that was one of her huge legacies in life, plus many other things. But then everyone used to say, 'Oh, Heather's copying Diana!' And everyone in the landmine industry just laughed, because they said, 'Well, Heather's been doing this for six years...' "