The late L’Wren Scott showed her true love for boyfriend Mick Jagger by signing over her entire $9 million estate to him in her will. The couple’s relationship had reportedly been troubled before L’Wren’s passing — do you think she was trying to send the Rolling Stones frontman a sign by leaving him everything?
L’Wren Scott left a simple will forsaking her brother and her estranged sister, and leaving everything she owned to her longtime love Mick Jagger. But why would the 49-year-old fashion designer, who was found dead on March 17 after committing suicide, decide to leave her entire fortune to Mick when their relationship was reportedly on the rocks? Here’s what we know.
L’Wren Scott’s Estate: Entire Fortune Left To Mick Jagger Despite Rocky Romance
L’Wren left everything — and we mean everything — to Mick, according to probate documents obtained by The New York Post on March 26.
“I give all my jewelry, clothing, household furniture and furnishings, personal automobiles, and other tangible articles of a personal nature, or my interest in any such property, not otherwise specifically disposed of by this will or any other matter together with my insurance on the property, to Michael Philip Jagger,” L’Wren wrote in her will. “I give the rest and residue of my estate to my Michael Philip Jagger.”
L’Wren specifically said in the will that she didn’t want her brother, Randy Bambrough, or her estranged sister, Jan Bambrough, to get any money.
“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,” L’Wren wrote.
She also wrote: “I have never been married. I have no children.” However, she later crossed out the word “never,” without explaining why. Could L’Wren have meant this as a sign that she considered Mick her husband?
Probate documents showed that L’Wren had a $9 million estate, which included her $8 million condo in New York City and $1 million in “tangible personal property and various other assets.” The documents did not say how much money L’Wren owed creditors at the time of her death.
L’Wren Scott’s Funeral — Mick Jagger Grieves At The Service
L’Wren’s loved ones — including Mick Jagger — attended her funeral in Los Angeles on March 25. Even though she had grown up in Utah and split her adult life between LA and NYC, Mick reportedly wanted his longtime love to be buried in LA.
Photos taken at the funeral show that Mick’s family was present, including his four children Lizzie, James, Georgia May, and Gabriel. L’Wren’s brother, Randy, and his daughter Hannah, as well as L’Wren’s assistant Brittany Penebre, were also in attendance. L’Wren was on the outs with her sister, Jan, who was reportedly banned from attending the service.
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— Tierney McAfee