L’Wren Scott Leaves Entire Fortune To Longtime Love Mick Jagger

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Mick Jagger and L'Wren Scott

Mick Jagger’s longtime girlfriend L’Wren Scott left her entire $9 million estate to the Rolling Stones rocker before taking her own life last week.

Scott, whose remains were cremated on Tuesday, after a private funeral service was held in Los Angeles, left a simple will leaving everything to Jagger.

Her will is very telling, leaving all her jewelery, clothing, furniture, cars and other personal effects to Michael Phillip Jagger.

It shows he was the love of her life and she may have also wanted to somehow “pay him back” for all he’d done for her. Sadly, what he gave her obviously wasn’t enough.

Jagger and Scott’s estranged family came to an agreement to split her ashes between them.

Her brother Randall Bambrough, whom L’Wren appointed as director of her fashion business in November, revealed that he plans to take Scott’s ashes to her childhood home in Utah.

Randall stated, “She was cremated and I have some of her ashes. Some of those ashes, they will be buried near our parents here in Utah. And there will be a ceremony, date to be determined, in Utah for all family members who will have an opportunity to see their friends and others.”

Bambrough wasn’t certain what Mick planned to do with L’Wren’s ashes. He said, “They’re with the Jagger family. That’s all I can say”.

Her brother said that Tuesday’s funeral in Los Angeles had been in keeping with his sister’s wishes and that she had wanted Jagger to be in charge of the arrangements.

He said he wasn’t privy to details of his 49-year-old sister’s will.

L’Wren’s brother said of the will, “I haven’t heard anything at all about a will, other than there’s supposedly one out there”.

The fashion designer was born Luann Bambrough and raised by an adoptive Mormon family.  She left the small town in Utah at the age of 17 to pursue her dream career as a fashion designer and stylist.

Scott had been estranged from her sister, Jan Bambrough Shane, who ended up being entirely excluded from the will along with their brother, Randy.

L’Wren made it quite clear she was leaving nothing to her siblings.  Her will stated, “Expect if otherwise provided in this will, I have intentionally omitted to provide herein for any other my heirs living at the date of my death”.

Probate documents detailed that Miss Scott owned a condo at 200 Eleventh Avenue in Manhattan worth $8 million and another $1million in “tangible personal property and various other assets”.

Scott stated in her final will and testament, “‘I have never been married. I have no children.  She later crossed out the word ‘never’ without providing a further explanation.

Scott and Jagger, 70, had been dating since 2001. The rock star was in Australia for a Rolling Stones tour he learned his longtime girlfriend had killed herself.

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