Paul McCartney has fired a loyal caretaker from his Scottish estate after twenty years of service. Jimmy Paterson is said to be shocked at being given three months notice by the musician to vacate the High Park Farm on the Mull of Kintyre, where he is the live-in caretaker.
It is believed estate manager Bobby Cairns, 52, who lives in nearby Campbeltown, has also been let go after 35 years. A source close to Jimmy, 50, told The Sun newspaper: "They are very upset. They have been loyal servants to Paul and did the whole vegetarianism thing with no killing on the farm. They stuck to his principles so it seems quite harsh to dump them now."
Source: The Nationalist