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Three weeks before L'Wren Scott committed suicide, Mick Jagger first met Melanie Hamrick. She is a 27 year old ballet dancer he met while in Tokyo. Mick would like you to believe nothing happened between the pair when they met three weeks prior to the death of L'Wren Scott, but that Melanie reached out to Mick after the death to offer her comfort. The next thing you know, the two are shacking up in a Swiss hotel room and getting busted by the paps. I think it is really convenient that the two met, but only stayed in touch and didn't hook up until after L'Wren's death. Plus, even if Mick didn't hook up with Melanie prior to L'Wren's death, it was not like he was celibate on that portion of the tour.
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