Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Mick Jagger's Photos With New Woman 3 Months After Girlfriend's Suicide Stirs Controversy

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Mick Jagger dated L'Wren Scott for 13 years, and yet just three months after she committed suicide, he seems to have moved on, judging by recent photographs that show the Rolling Stones singer on a hotel balcony with a young, pretty woman. This begs the question, "Is there a sufficient amount of time to wait before dating for someone after his or her previous partner passes away?"

Obviously, there's no one right answer to this question, but if you ask L'Wren Scott's sister, Jan Shane, three months is too soon. I think I agree with her.

The more controversial photo below show Mick Jagger in his undershirt on the balcony of a hotel in Zurich with a mystery brunette, and in one of the pictures, the girl is leaning into him from behind, and kissing his head. They definitely looked very friendly and like they were enjoying each other's company.


Mick Jagger, now 70, has always been known to have a thing for the ladies, and it seems not even mourning a dead girlfriend can stop him. But Jan Shane seems not to even believe that the rock icon is mourning her sister at all if he's already loving it up with another woman barely 11 weeks after her sister's death.

Jan Shane had some harsh words for Mick Jagger according to NY Daily News:

“These pictures make me really wonder what Mick is really thinking and feeling,”

“His daughter says that he is still heartbroken and so devastated about losing my sister — and then you see these photos. He will never change."

“And people wonder why L’Wren was so depressed?”


Mick Jagger's friends have however come to his defense claiming the rock star has been ‘drowning his sorrows’ with women since the suicide of his Scott. They said that the mystery brunette in Zurich was not the first woman Mick has spent time with since the death of his girlfriend. According to a friend:

‘Some men drown their sorrow in drink. Mick doesn’t drink much but he drowns his sorrows in women.’


What do you think of this defense?







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