LONDON – Heather Mills McCartney visited a police station near her home in Hove on Wednesday to discuss unspecified issues, Sussex Police said.
A spokesman for the 38-year-old former model said Mills McCartney had received death threats since her split last year from ex-Beatle Paul McCartney, 64.
Sussex Police said Mills McCartney spoke to detectives at a station near her home in Hove, 50 miles south of London, by appointment.
"It was a preplanned meeting for her to discuss a number of issues," a spokeswoman for the force said on customary police condition of anonymity. "The meeting did not relate to anything specific and she was not arrested."
Mills McCartney has complained of being harassed and vilified by the media. Her spokesman, Phil Hall, said she had received death threats.
"She has been subject to death threats and there has been ongoing communication with Sussex Police about that," Hall said. "I imagine it's to do with that."
The couple announced their separation in May and began divorce proceedings in July. They have a 3-year-old daughter, Beatrice.