Heather Mills was reportedly dropped as the face of a new computer game after she demanded ten times more money than bosses had originally offered to pay her.
Sir Paul MCCartney's ex-wife was approached by the makers of Capcom's Bionic Commando, about a character with a prosthetic arm, because of her own experiences as an amputee, according to British newspaper The Sun.
But Mills, who lost her lower left leg in a traffic accident, is said to have told company heads she would only participate if she could be the game's star - and if she was given a hefty six-figure sum.
A source tells the tabloid, "She was insistent she wouldn't do it for a smaller fee and said the producers should make her the star.
"The request was way, way over budget and they certainly weren't keen on basing the game on her."