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Published: Aug 17, 2007
Photographer Who Grabbed Heather Mills Escapes Jail
by Staff

A British paparazzo who assaulted Heather Mills when he tried to take her photograph has been sentenced to 140 hours community service.

Jay Kaycappa was handed the community punishment order at Brighton Magistrates Court on Thursday (16Aug07) after he was found guilty of assaulting both Mills and her friend Mark Payne.

Sir Paul McCartney's estranged wife told the court the 32-year-old grabbed her shoulder as he attempted to take her photo in a Brighton, England subway in July 2006.

The photographer had denied two charges of common assault. He claimed time codes on the photos taken on the day of the alleged attack did not support Mills' story, giving him just two seconds to run towards her to grab her, before running back to take another image.

But chair of the bench Juliet Smith said Kaycappa's evidence had been "confused and contradictory" while Mills had been a "credible" prosecution witness. (c) WENN

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