Friday, May 04, 2018

Blind Items Revealed #3

April 30, 2018

He basically killed her by his actions, but sure, go ahead Mr. foreign born permanent A++ list celebrity and make it seem like you are some grieving hero when it comes to the death of your ex.

Mick Jagger/L'Wren Scott

46 comments:

Brayson87 said...

I still like the Rolling Stones better than The Beatles.

sandybrook said...

If he can convince people she killed herself because her business was failing and not because he cheated on her with someone much younger, it's in his best interests. I don't know how many people he convinced with that lover and best friend b.s.

Amartel said...

Stirring up mob justice because you don't like the guy is a dangerous game and it's morally indefensible.

Chase said...

A little unfair to say he basically killed her don't ya think?
People are responsible for their own state of mind and health. If you are weak and cannot cope,and off yourself. It isn't your SO's fault regardless of how vile they behave.

Vessimede Barstool said...

Gimme Shelter is one of the greatest rock songs ever written, it's superior to anything the Beatles put out. Anyway the bl. Yes Jagger had kicked her to the kerb just before her suicide, and his grieving widow bullshit is hard to take, but I wouldn't say he's responsible. L'Wren Scott was a washed up model with a failing business, no husband and her child bearing years well behind her. Like a lot of hot women she spent her best years snorting coke and riding the pole. She hit the wall hard and her notorious man whore boyfriend moved on. Sorry but the reasons for her depression are easy to understand, and they're mostly down to her own life choices.

Cail Corishev said...

If being cheated on made people kill themselves, the land would be littered with dead bodies. I would hope "basically by his actions" means more than that.

longtimereader said...

Agree, don't get the jagger hate here. She knew exactly who she was hooking up with and that their relationship had an expiry date. The guy has lived like a sun king for over 50+ years.

Do Tell said...

*rolls eyes*

The only time I really feel some blame can be assigned in a suicide is if someone is actively pushing another person to do it. She had pre-existing problems and a failing business, neither of which were Mick's fault.

Who is to say whether or not he was griefstricken over her death? How many ex-es does he have that he's cheated on, who haven't killed themselves?

Wendy Davis said...

Yeah it's cool to say that.

Penelope said...

It ain't his fault she couldn't go on. She made a choice, period.

joshg g said...

I still like The Beatles better even though they were probably worse people than the Stones.

Doug said...

Why doesn't every celebrity ever mentioned on CDaN commit suicide, given that they're being cheated on? Oh, right, because they are also cheating.

Doug said...

The Beatles, specifically John Lennon, were the impulse that propelled popular music for its best post-Broadway decade, if not longer. They were the wave. The Stones got in on the act quickly, and they had their success. But they were not the wave. They were riding the wave. The Beatles, led by John Lennon, were the wave. Lennon was assassinated, and probably not by the official mind-controlled patsy, because he was a problem to the powerful. Jagger was always a playboy entertainer, which became increasingly clear as he continued to do his funky chicken on stage while no longer creating any new music of interest.

Dahling said...

Interesting how many of us share the same sentiment. She was a grown up woman with a mind of her own. Come on Enty!! I swore my calendar said it was 2018!!

Frederic Douglas said...

True dat.

Wendy Davis said...

The Beatles were too mainstream for many people's taste. But I grew up in a Beatles household (my dad had all their albums YES I SAID ALBUMBS) so it's kinda just a reminiscing thing. Someone please invent a time machine already. It's what all humanity wants.

Thursday November said...

These women know by now what they are getting into when they get involved with him.

Currently his over the hill ballet dancer baby mama is fighting on IG with one of his side hos.

They both look alot like Luanne. Tall, pale, long dark brown hair, but younger than her.

rosie riveter said...

I still like Pink Floyd better than the Beatles or Stones. Combined even

rosie riveter said...

Nobody gives a shit what you think tho 🤔

J said...

Unless I'm missing something (which I usually am), Mick Jagger killed her by not being a sufficiently dedicated and loyal partner? Mick Jagger?

This "men are evil" shit is getting more than a bit tired.

I believe women deserve respect. But when I hear something like this suggested, or when Hillary hints that women voted against her because they do what the men in their lives tell them to do, it makes me wonder.

plot said...

The Stones reached the level of rock innovators and musical genius for 4 albums only - the 4 when Mick Taylor was their guitarist and Mick Jagger's vocals took a backseat on the overall sound. Otherwise, when Jagger was in charge the songs tended towards silly mockery and gesture. Ron Wood was a mediocre guitarist but he was hedonistic and sarcastic enough to play the Stone's roll, unlike Mick Taylor who was earnest and talented.

The Beatles, on the other hand, hit a new mark with every single album they produced. They were unpredictable and uncanny and each new album was a shock. No other band has ever managed to do it they way Lennon/McCartney did. No repetitions, no dull cynicism, no resting on their laurels, the mystery lies in how they achieved it. The Stones imitated The Beatles and threw in some sarcasm. Where did The Beatles come from? How the hell did they keep topping themselves or at least venturing into completely alien waters so successfully? Theories abound, no one really knows.

orangesoda said...

I'm with Brayson. 3/4 of the Beatles were assholes. I know a guy that knocked out John Lennon when Lennon was being a spoilt little shit. Guy gets a high five from me.

DDonna Tarttty said...

Either there is more to this story or Mick is getting unfairly maligned. And it's hard to unfairly malign Mick Jagger when it comes to being a horndog. But saying he "basically killed" her is rough.

Violet said...

Which 1/4 wasn't?

Catherine said...

Mick Jagger is a major league asshole. It is fair to say he precipitated her death. She gave over ten important years of her life to being his companion, and he reportedly told her he couldn't deal with having a lover who was 50. Excuse me, with his face and body? Then a couple of days before her death former lover and current courtesan Jerry Hall gave an interview to the Daily Mail about how all the kids in the extended family hated her and called her the Black Spider or some such. Scott thought she was part of this family. Ugh. Cannot look at him, much prefer Keith. Wish he had stayed with The X-pensive Winos.

Brayson87 said...

+1 rosie, once I synced up Dark Side of The Moon with the Wizard of Oz and it was magical.

Brayson87 said...

I'm not debating the historical significance of The Beatles, I'm just saying nowadays I wouldn't listen to their pop music by choice. However the Stones or Pink Floyd are still very enjoyable.

Brayson87 said...

+1 orangesoda, tell us more haha :)

Roger Mortis said...

Tax dodging asshole.

Bob Barnett said...

She knew what she was getting into

Ann said...

In the old days he would just have his cast-offs, like Chrissy Shrimpton and Maryanne Faithful, committed. Then they changed the laws. In her case, it might have been the right thing to do.

T. W. said...

I feel like there was more than cheating going on. At the very least he was verbally or emotionally abusive. I wouldn't be surprised if he hit her.

greenfrog said...

I wondered about that relationship from the beginning.

The thing is, she got herself in a really bad way. Her business went bad, he took off, and she had mortgaged the $5 million dollar apartment that he gave her and told her not to mortgage.

If it was me I would have had the balls to do what I needed to do, declare bankruptcy, sell the place, go back to work. Easy? No. But what else are you going to do? She could have found some peace somewhere, somehow. But she also must have known that Mick was going to turn sour at some point and prepared herself for it.

You could almost predict all of this happening, but I wish she had had the balls to go forward.

Mick's womanizer, emotionally unavailable man. We all know that, she could have gone for someone else but it is hard to leave that glamour and go back to real life.

She painted herself into a bad corner and should have bitten the bullet...in a year things could have worked out and been a lot better. The big thing was her business failing and not having a place to live...

I don't blame her, I don't blame him, but she should have seen it coming and been a bit more conservative about the finance and so forth...not mortgaged the place, etc. She could have sold it and lived pretty well on the proceeds for the rest of her life.

greenfrog said...

He shouldn't say he is grieving, he is the one who was running around with an 18 year old, he made his choice. But he should feel a bit guilty and bad about what happened to her...that is just fine with me if he does.

Hortensia said...

You all are forgetting one very important fact: L'Wren Scott was a male. Whether she/he was a cross-dresser, trans, in transition, that has not been revealed.

So, Mick Jagger's prominent love interest for a decade was a male. Let me spell it out: m-a-l-e.
Born of the male gender.

Further proof: Only a gay/trans would have the creativity to come up with the name L'Wren.

Look up photos. L'Wren was closer in body size/hand size to "Caitlyn" Jenner than to Mick Jagger, and, Jagger who is the size of a twerp.

lutefisk said...

The Beatles wrote the Stones first hit.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I_Wanna_Be_Your_Man

Miss Demeanor said...

Jagger's always been a greedy, self-absorbed asshole. Exactly what has he done for charity over the years? The queen refused to knight him partly because of this, she didn't think he deserved it. Charles had to do the ceremony.

Do Tell said...

In all the decades he has been in entertainment, there hasn't been one accusation that Mick Jagger has ever hit a woman. That is reckless speculation.

luckythewondercat said...

What about Charlie Watts? I have never read any blinds or gossip about him.

Missyrocks53 said...

He's a world class ahole. And I never understood how it was said she really wanted kids, and he has kids with everyone but the mail carrier and not with her. It's just all sad. Yes she's responsible for her choices, but he was emotionally and financially abusive it seems so that's what precipitated it.

Andi F said...

L'ren was really Luanne. She was an adopted daughter to a poor devote Mormon family in Utah.

TMN said...

L'Wren was far more likely to have had Marfan Syndrome than to be male.

plot said...

@Missyrocks53

Mick bought L'Wren a $5 million dollar apartment and bailed out her fashion line at least once.

How is that financially abusive?

Charlie is extremely private. Bill Wyman kept lists of everything in his life, obsessively. He kept a running total of all the women the Stones slept with. Mick and Brian had hundreds. Charlie had one, his wife. No other women were ever added to his total in all the years the Stones toured.

Robert Frank tried to follow Charlie around for his 1972 documentary about the Stones. He'd race down hallways and through airplanes looking to film Charlie who almost always evaded capture on film. It became a cat and mouse game. But you don't see Charlie in any of the scenes of bacchanalia the other Stones indulged in, not even in one frame.

Charlie seems to enjoy the money, not the fame. He shows up. Does his job. Goes home.

T R said...

Obviously a huge Stone fan. Let’s change the people and have the same outcome, you’d be saying different.

Lynn Tarot said...

I'm sorry for her - she must have had incredible sorrow, but you don't pick Mick Jagger if you want a faithful man.

Ask Jerry Hall.

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