Jagger sees red over book on his wealth
AS a man who lives up to his rock and roll image, Mick Jagger is quite used to stories of his private life becoming public knowledge, but is not so at ease when it comes to his financial arrangements.
Jagger has reacted angrily to a new book by the Rolling Stones' financial adviser, Prince Rupert Loewenstein, who is widely credited with turning the musicians from penniless rockers to multi-millionaires during a 40-year association.
The book, 'A Prince Among Stones', lays bare how he made the Stones become tax exiles and ended the practice of taking cash in paper bags.
"It just goes to show that well brought-up people don't always display good manners," said Jagger.