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NEW YORK, March 27. /ITAR-TASS/. Designer L’Wren Scott has left her estate to Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger, whom she dated for the last 10 years, US media report citing Scott’s will.
According to Scott’s will, Jagger will get her apartment in New York worth $8 million, as well as jewelry, cars, furniture and other personal belongings worth together around $1 million.
Scott stressed in her will that she leaves nothing to her brother and sister. It is not specified when the document was written and signed. According to the state of New York legislature, estate is divided between relatives if a person leaves no will.
L’Wren Scott, 49, committed suicide on Marach 18 in her New York apartment. At the time, Jagger, 70, was on tour with Rolling Stones in Australia. Last Tuesday, a funeral service was held for Scott in Los Angeles.
Scott and Jagger started dating in 2001, they had no children. L’Wren Scott worked as a model, and later became a designer. She created costumes for a number of famous films, including Eyes Wide Shut (1999) and Ocean’s Thirteen (2007).
Over the last years, Scott devoted most of her time to her own clothing line, which was popular among celebrities, including Nicole Kidman, Angelina Jolie, Sarah Jessica Parker and Oprah Winfrey. US First Lady Michelle Obama and former French president’s wife Carla Bruni also wore garments made by Scott.