Conversely, British police have told Heather Mills to stop calling them. The estranged, awful ex-wife of Paul McCartney has reportedly been abusing the emergency phone number 999 over the last few months.
The new Dancing with the Stars contestant won't stop complaining of harassment by paparazzi. It's gotten to the point where Chief Superintendent Kevin Moore, of Brighton and Hove Police on the southern English coast where Mills spends much of her time, said there was a risk that officers may take her calls less seriously if she contacted them too often.
"We are having to spend a disproportionate amount of time on one particular person," he said. "We are duty-bound to respond, but clearly people who make lots of calls to the police run the risk of being treated as the little boy who cried wolf."
For Mills, though, not be taken seriously is about as common as pill popping is for Nicole Richie.
The spokeswoman did not say how many emergency calls Mills made to police, but said some had not warranted any action. Of course, those that get kicked by this one-legged gold digger may wish to call for help.
Heather's spokesman, Phil Hall, has a terrible job. He also said she had called police on several occasions about paparazzi photographers who followed her along the street "often on motorbikes and in a very dangerous fashion."
The Hollywood Gossip has this to say to Mills: if you want actual danger, spend a night with Anand Jon.