Heather Mills has vowed to continue her high-profile battle against the British media.
The ex-wife of Sir Paul McCartney has already taken legal action against a number of outlets after growing tired of reading "damaging" rumours about her personal life.
"I stopped reading stories about myself a number of years ago. I just thought 'this is just a waste of time', but recently I've been going through the internet, clearing up [rumours]," Mills told WENN. (Lies, you're worse than Dina Lohan)
"I've got five apologies so far from [the] British media and I've got many thousands to go. I plan to clear the internet so my daughter doesn't read all the lies when she's 12."
Mills famously broke down in tears in a 2007 interview with GMTV, claiming that she had received "worse press than a murderer or paedophile" following her split from McCartney.
She later described her campaign as "cathartic" and thanked the public for their "amazing" support.