Unfortunately, nothing brings out family issues like a death or illness, and celebrities are no different. Less than a month after L’Wren Scott’s tragic suicide, rumors started surfacing that her much older boyfriend, Mick Jagger, and estranged sister, Jan Shane, are at odds over some of Scott’s belongings.
According to the reports, L’Wren Scott left some family items to Mick Jagger in her will, which makes sense considering the celebrity couple was together for 13 years—Scott even left her $9.0 million estate to Jagger. But her sister is reportedly ready and willing to go to war against her late sister’s lover, because she believes the personal items should be in the possession of the family
Mick Jagger wants to honor L’Wren Scott’s death by respecting her wishes, but his daughter, Jade, is supposedly encouraging him to give in to Jan Shane’s demands. “Jade thinks he’s still in bad shape emotionally after L’Wren killing herself, so she’s telling him he needs to find peace and not battle this woman,” claims one source.
Meanwhile, another one of Mick Jagger’s daughters, Georgia May Jagger, is speaking out for the first time about L’Wren Scott’s sudden death. Because the celebrity couple was together for so long, Scott built a strong relationship with his kids, and they’re still struggling to come to terms with losing her.
“I miss L’wren so much and I am so sad she isn’t here anymore,” Georgia May wrote on her Instagram page alongside a photo of her with Scott. “She was such a big part of my life. I will never forget all the fun times we had together. She was part of our family and always will be. Rest in peace.”
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Strang, F., “‘She was such a big part of my life’: Georgia May Jagger pays tribute to L’Wren Scott as she opens up about her father’s girlfriend’s death for the first time,” Daily Mail web site, April 16, 2014; http://goo.gl/9PcuYc.
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