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- Posted on Aug 23rd 2011 2:00PM by Theo Spielberg
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McCann also registered the charity's name with the U.K. government agency Companies House, preventing Mitch from setting up a bank account and forcing the grieving former cabbie to return money donated by fans.
"We have to put pressure on this d---head who stole our foundation name," a none-too-pleased Mitch tweeted. "Our solicitors are all over this but it takes time."
His frustration prompted The Sun to track down McCann, who responded with some less-than-kind words of his own.
"I'm not exploiting anything yet," McCann insisted. "I've just bought some domain names. Anybody could have. It only takes the click of a mouse. I'm not ashamed or embarrassed. Detach yourself from emotions and think business."
"She's not the only Amy Winehouse in the world," he added.
McCann said he would "come to an arrangement" with Mitch if he apologizes for the online insults. He then hurled a few insults of his own, telling the newspaper, "I'm not the d---head. The d---head is sitting over there without the name in his possession."
We think the squatter doth protest too much.