England ace John Stones attempts to gag his ex-love Millie Savage after bitter split

England ace John Stones attempts to gag his ex-love Millie Savage after bitter split

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ENGLAND star John Stones is demanding his ex-sweetheart sign a gagging order after their bitter split.
But Millie Savage has so far refused the Non- Disclosure Agreement — leaving them deadlocked over a settlement.

Millie Savage has so far refused to sign the Non Disclosure Agreement after their bitter split
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John Stones is now dating beautician Olivia Naylor, 30

A source said: “Millie has been upset and exasperated by the wrangle with John. He walked out on her but now he wants her to sign an order preventing her from talking about him.

“She feels John doesn’t trust her even after all the years they spent together before he hit the big time.”

The pair started dating at 14. They were together for more than a decade and have a young daughter.

Last year Millie, 24, was seen hugging the £150,000-a-week Man City defender, 25, at the World Cup in Russia.

They split months later and he is now with beautician Olivia Naylor, 30.

£50k LEGAL BILL

Millie has been staying in his £6million home but faces having to move out. He has promised her a property.

Millie has run up £50,000 legal bills which Stones has also agreed to meet.

A source said: “She’s trying to get things sorted financially. But she has hardly any assets. Everything was purchased in his name.


“She has no rights to any of it in law. She’s entitled to child maintenance from John but that is it.”

Another source said: “John has asked for an NDA as his prime concerns at all times are the welfare and protection of his daughter and her right to privacy.

“John has also ensured he’s met the legal costs incurred by Millie to date.”

Millie has run up £50,000 legal bills which Stones agreed to meet
Reuters


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