Revealed: David Bowie's 'wife caught him in bed with Mick Jagger during gay affair in Seventies'
By Daily Mail Reporter
PUBLISHED: 19:24, 9 July 2012 | UPDATED: 19:40, 9 July 2012
It was revealed over the weekend that Mick Jagger once pursued actress Angelina Jolie whilst he was still married to supermodel Jerry Hall.
Now more new claims about the The Rolling Stones frontman's outrageous love life have emerged.
In a controversial new biography 'Mick: The Wild Life and Mad Genius of Jagger', author Christopher Andersen alleges that the now 68-year-old rocker had a longterm love affair with fellow musical genius David Bowie.
Affair? In his new biography 'Mick: The Wild Life and Mad Genius of Jagger', author Christopher Andersen claims that Mick Jagger, pictured here with former wife Jerry Hall had a love affair with David Bowie, far right
A relationship between the two stars has long been rumoured, and now friends and family members of the pair have seemingly confirmed the pair's sexual antics with Andersen.
After meeting in the early Seventies, Andersen says both stars became fascinated with one another, attending each other's concerts and sending gifts to one another.
Not long after their first encounter in 1973, when Mick visited Bowie backstage at one of his concerts, Andersen claims that their relationship quickly turned physical.
'It was the glitter era, and everybody wanted to be part of the bisexual revolution,' singer Chuckie Starr tells the author in the book.
Confirmation? Andersen says that Bowie's former wife Angie, pictured here with the singer in 1973, caught Mick and her husband in bed together
'Mick was no different. He was wearing rhinestones, blue eye shadow, and platform shoes.'
Quickly becoming fast friends, 'Bowie and Jagger were soon spotted everywhere together without their wives: sitting ringside at the Muhammad Ali-Ken Norton bout, hanging out at the London disco Tramp, yelling and stomping their approval at a Diana Ross concert, or just cuddling up together on a hotel room couch,' Andersen writes.
'Neither superstar complained when one enterprising photographer snapped the two men in a moment of repose, Bowie tenderly cradling Mick’s head in his lap.
'Bowie also took Mick to gay films.'
It was when Bowie's wife at the time Angie came home one day to the abode she shared with her husband in London, that Andersen claims the real nature of Bowie and Jagger's relationship was revealed.
Family snap: Bowie pictured with former wife Angie and their daughter Zowie in the Seventies
'By October 1973, the Bowies were living on Oakley Street, just a stroll from Cheyne Walk. Angie had been out of town for a few days when she returned home one morning and went straight to the kitchen to make some tea,' Andersen writes.
'The Bowies’ maid, who had arrived about an hour earlier, approached the lady of the house with a peculiar look on her face. “Someone,” she told Angie, “is in your bed."
'Angie went upstairs to her bedroom, slowly pushed the door open, and there they were: Mick Jagger and David Bowie, naked in bed together, sleeping.
'Both men woke up with a start. “Oh, hello,” said Bowie, clearly taken by surprise. “How are you?”
“I’m fine,” Angie replied. “Do you want some coffee?”
Moving on: Mick is now dating fashion designer L'Wren Scott
'Mick, blinking awake, remained silent. Angie returned a few minutes later with coffee and orange juice on a tray.
'While it was not a case of coitus interruptus, Angie “felt absolutely dead certain that they’d been screwing. It was so obvious, in fact, that I never even considered the possibility that they hadn’t been screwing.”
Andersen alleges in his book that the pair's sexual relationship is also confirmed by back-up singer Ava Cherry.
'Ava Cherry, a backup singer who lived with the Bowies for a time, reportedly told a friend that “Mick and David were really sexually obsessed with each other"', Andersen writes.
'"Even though I was in bed with them many times, I ended up just watching them have sex,” she said.
'According to Cherry, the relationship was more than just sexual. The two men became “very close” emotionally and “practically lived together for several months.”
Bebe Buell, who once dated Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler and has actress daughter Liv Tyler with the singer, also tells Andersen that she often had three in the bed encounters with the men.
'Perhaps no one was in a better position to assay the relationship between Bowie and Jagger than Bebe Buell, the tall, stunning Playboy centerfold who conducted affairs with both men that lasted several years,' Andersen writes.
'...David quickly seduced her. Not long after, she met Mick at an Eric Clapton concert. At the postshow party, Mick seemed to be reconnecting with his old friend Clapton while at the same time doing his best to lure Buell into bed.
"He was flirting outrageously,” Andersen says Buell recalls.
In the middle: Bebe Buell, who once dated Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler and has actress daughter Liv Tyler with the singer, also tells Andersen that she often had three in the bed encounters with the men
After finally giving in, Buell says she later began involved with threesomes with both Bowie and Mick.
'Once Bowie and Jagger realized that they were both carrying on affairs with Buell (“Nobody was monogamous. Everybody was sleeping with everybody,” she said) the two stars teamed up to lure her into an orgy or two,' Andersen writes.
Happily married: David Bowie is now happily married to supermodel Iman
“I used to get some pretty strange phone calls from Mick and David at three in the morning,” Buell tells Andersen, “inviting me to join them in bed with four gorgeous black women.” Or, she added, “four gorgeous black men.”
In Andersen's new controversial book, the author also claims that Angelina Jolie – who appeared in the Rolling Stones’ Anybody Seen My Baby music video in 1997 - was allegedly pursued by Mick whilst he was still married to supermodel Jerry Hall.
Andersen anecdotes claim that Angelina’s mother Marcheline Bertrand was eager for the musician to partner up with her daughter.
This despite Mick only being four years younger than Angelina's thespian father John Voight.
Similarly, Angelina was married to Trainspotting actor Johnny Lee Miller however was rumoured to be enjoying an affair with screen star Timothy Hutton.
Family friend Lauren Taines stated: ‘Marche loved Mick for Angie. She felt that he could teach her about fame and how to handle it.”
Even though Angelina had grown up with fame in her blood, she was only starting out in the industry herself.
After accepting the music video job she is said to have gone on a foul-mouthed rant as she played a stripper on the set.
She screamed at the director: ‘I can’t f***ing sing, and I can’t f***ing dance! What the f*** am I doing here?’
Being only 23 years old at the time, Angelina had just portrayed troubled model Gia Carangi in a TV film of the same name.
In the book by Andersen, the part – where her character died of AIDS at 26 and was addicted to heroin - is said to have left her physically and emotionally drained.
Akin to her character, short-haired Jolie was abusing drugs at the time and was a fan of tattoos.
An excerpt reads: 'Then, clad in a fur coat opened to reveal a gold lamé bustier beneath, Angelina brought traffic to a standstill as she strolled down a midtown street with Mick in hot pursuit.'
Read more: Mick Jagger's affair with David Bowie claimed in new controversial biography | Mail Online
wow, bowie took a HUGE step up when he married iman. angie was a total dog - woof!
can't post pics because my computer's broken and i'm stupid
Zowie is a boy not a girl. I kind of think Mick and David in bed is pretty hot myself.
I am going to come and burn the fucking house down... but you will blow me first."
It was bugging me who Angie looks like in that family portrait all day yesterday and it just came to me...freaking Reba McIntyre.
I am going to come and burn the fucking house down... but you will blow me first."
This isn't news about Carla- it's been known for years.
Yes, Eric was delicious and I'd still hit it because he's Eric Fucking Clapton.
I'd do Mick too (hides). In the 60's, Brian Jones was much hotter than Mick, however, and got more girls.
This has been a very educational thread!
I didn't start out to collect diamonds, but somehow they just kept piling up.-Mae West
Unpatriotic and a bad influence on her sister: Why the Queen refused to hand Mick Jagger his knighthood
By Daniel Bates
PUBLISHED: 01:36, 11 July 2012 | UPDATED: 16:31, 11 July 2012
He once referred to her as ‘chief witch’ – so it is little surprise that the Queen apparently avoided giving Mick Jagger his knighthood in person because she thought he was an inappropriate candidate for the title.
A new book claims Her Majesty ‘did not have the stomach’ to hand the award to the singer in 2003 on account of his anti-establishment views.
She also disliked the Rolling Stones star’s relationship with her sister, the late Princess Margaret, and thought he was using her to climb the social ladder.
Too disreputable? Rolling Stone Sir Mick Jagger pictured after receiving his knighthood (with him are his father, Joe, and daughters Elizabeth (right) and Karis, holding the knighthood)
So she asked Prince Charles to give Jagger the knighthood instead, according to claims in Mick: The Wild Life and Mad Genius of Jagger.
In the biography, which was released in the US yesterday, author Christopher Andersen writes that the Queen deliberately scheduled an operation to remove cartilage from her left knee for the day before Jagger received one of the highest honours in the land.
Andersen suggests there were plenty of reasons the Queen did not want to give Jagger, who has seven children by four women, one of the highest honours in the land.
Jagger once called Her Majesty ‘Chief Witch’, proclaimed ‘anarchy is the only slight glimmer of hope’ and did not do nearly enough charity work compared to the likes of Elton John.
He was also not patriotic having moved to France as a tax exile in the 1970s and embodied the sex, drugs and rock and roll ethos of the 1960s ‘more than any other figure’.
Protective: The Queen is said to have viewed Mick Jagger as a negative influence on her sister Princess Margaret (pictured)
The biggest problem however was the Queen’s feeling that Jagger was a ‘corrupting influence’ on her sister, the late Princess Margaret, with whom he was known to socialise on the Caribbean island of Mustique.
Andersen claims that there was anxiety that she was ‘emotionally fragile’ and that Jagger was using her to further his own end.
Over five years while serving as Prime Minister, Tony Blair repeatedly tried to add Jagger’s name to the Honours List but was rebuked by the Queen because he was ‘not suitable’.
When Jagger was finally added, Andersen quotes an anonymous Royal courtier as saying: ‘The Queen looked at Mick Jagger’s name on that list, and there was absolutely no way in the world that she was going to take part in that.
‘So she simply arranged to be elsewhere’.
In his arrogance Jagger is said to have postponed the date of the ceremony 10 times, including once when he threatened to be overshadowed by Jonny Wilkinson who had just led England to victory in the Rugby World Cup.
On December 13 2003 he eventually accepted his honour, but the Queen was not there to give it to him.
Her Majesty reportedly told one of her doctors at King Edward VII Hospital in London: ‘I would much rather be here than at Buckingham Palace knighting a certain party.’
Charles is also said to have told the Queen’s chief usher that his mother would not bestow the award in person because she ‘did not have the stomach for it’.
Not a fan: The Prince of Wales pictured in 2001 with Mick Jagger and daughter Elizabeth
The Prince of Wales is said to have been suspicious of Jagger and his motives towards Princess Diana, given his reputation as a womaniser.
At a Prince’s Trust dinner in 1991, Jagger was also photographed with one hand in his pocket as he shook Charles’ hand, a breach of Royal protocol.
After hearing about Jagger’s knighthood, Charles is supposed to have said a CBE was more appropriate, shaken his head and told aides: ‘It’s really quite difficult to believe. A knighthood. Just incredible.’
Elsewhere Andersen’s book goes into lurid detail about the numerous affairs Jagger, 68, is supposed to have had with men and women.
It features an account from David Bowie’s first wife Angie in which she claims she walked in on him and Jagger in bed together in 1973, though Jagger has denied this took place.
Jagger also supposedly had an affair with Carla Bruni, the wife of former French president Nicolas Sarkozy, and courted Angelina Jolie with desperate phone calls for two years.
Read more: Unpatriotic and a bad influence on her sister: Why the Queen refused to hand Mick Jagger his knighthood | Mail Online
Okay, Joe Jagger is freakin' adorable.
FUCK YOU AND GIVE ME MY GODDAMN VENTI TWO PUMP LIGHT WHIP MOCHA YOU COCKSUCKING WHORE BEFORE I PUNCH YOU IN THE MOUTH. I just get unpleasant in my car. - Deej
Healthy is merely the slowest possible rate at which one can die.
Mick Jagger (IMO) comes across as dislikable. And didn't Carla's affair with Skorsazy break up his 2nd marriage?
^ I don't think so, Novice. They were back and forth already.
How Mick met his match: Jagger was left by Angelina Jolie after a brief romance, new biography reveals
PUBLISHED: 01:49, 16 July 2012 | UPDATED: 14:55, 16 July 2012
On Saturday, in our first extract from his compelling new biography of Mick Jagger, author Christopher Andersen revealed how the infamous ladies’ man also bedded a string of men. Today, Andersen describes how Jagger’s affair with Italian model Carla Bruni drove Jerry Hall to despair — before he turned his attention to a beautiful young unknown called Angelina Jolie.
For Mick Jagger, nothing was more irresistible than a stunning woman who belonged to another man.
Preferably a friend. Even better, another rock star. And few have more cause for complaint than Eric Clapton, the guitarist who had to stand by as Jagger tried to steal not one but three of his amours.
The first time, he’d tried to lure away Clapton’s first wife Patti Boyd — without success. Then, during the Rolling Stones’ Steel Wheels tour in 1989, he made a determined play for Clapton’s 18-year-old girlfriend of the moment.
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While this was going on backstage, Jagger’s Texan-born girlfriend Jerry Hall was standing just a few feet away with their children, Elizabeth and James.
‘Mick was flirting with the girl outrageously. Jerry just ignored it, but you couldn’t help but feel sorry for her,’ recalled a crew member.
Then, two years later, Jagger spotted Clapton with a 23-year-old Italian model called Carla Bruni. She seemed to possess every quality he desired: jaw-dropping beauty, youth, money of her own — and, perhaps most important of all, a rock-star boyfriend.
‘Please, Mick,’ Clapton pleaded, ‘not this one. I think I’m in love.’
But within days, Jagger and Bruni had begun a clandestine affair. When Clapton eventually heard about it, he was devastated.
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‘The obsession with Mick and Carla gripped me for the rest of that year,’ he said. ‘It took some grisly turns when I found myself guesting with the Stones on a couple of shows, knowing she was lurking in the background.’
Inevitably, rumours of the affair reached Jerry, who’d only recently managed to lure Jagger to an altar in Bali — on November 21, 1990 — where the couple pledged their troth in a Hindu ceremony.
Unhappy ending: Mick wed model Jerry Hall in Bali on November 21, 1990 in a Hindu ceremony. She filed for divorce in 1999 and and Jagger contested the petition on the grounds that their wedding hadn’t been valid
Former conquests: The Rolling Stones star had a fling with actress Uma Thurman (left) and Brazilian model Luciana Morad became pregnant with his child after their brief dalliance
Afterwards, while Jerry was changing for bed, Mick had dallied with the wife of a friend. ‘He jumped me — can you believe it?’ the woman said later. ‘Mick tried to make love to me on his wedding night!’
His timing may have been humiliating, but Jerry was under no illusions about her marriage. So when she first heard about Carla, she dismissed her as just another Stones camp follower.
A year later, however, stories in the Press revealed the affair was still going strong. Jerry immediately ordered Jagger to end it but, instead, he stomped off in a rage.
Worried that she might have pushed him too far, Jerry abjectly begged him to forgive her.
Apparently touched by his wife’s apology, Mick plonked down £2.7 million for a 26-room Georgian mansion overlooking the Thames in Richmond, Surrey.
And while Jerry — now pregnant with their third child — set about redecorating his latest acquisition, Mick decided to return to Carla, who was meanwhile hedging her bets with other wealthy admirers.
Having just ended an affair with Crown Prince Dimitri of Yugoslavia, she was consorting with the brash New York real estate tycoon Donald Trump.
Although Trump later conceded that she was still ‘desperately stuck’ on the Rolling Stone, Carla reportedly offered to end her affair with Jagger if Trump dumped his fiancée, Marla Maples. Her campaign — conducted partly through constant phone calls — ‘became a pain in the a**’, according to Trump.
‘She was trying to get me to leave Marla . . . and she was using every psychological trick in the book. In the end, Carla became a woman who’s very difficult to even like,’ he said.
On January 12, 1992, Jerry gave birth to her third child, Georgia May. The following morning, Jagger boarded a plane bound for Thailand.
There, he and Bruni checked into the luxurious Amunpuri Hotel in Phuket, using the tongue-in-cheek (and vaguely Thai-sounding) name ‘Someching’.
When Jerry managed to get through to him, she demanded to know if he was with Carla. He told her he wasn’t.
‘A man’s supposed to be with his woman when she’s just had a baby,’ Jerry said plaintively.
While Jerry recovered from the birth, Jagger and Carla strolled on the beach, swam in their villa’s private pool and prowled the nightclubs of Phuket.
‘They danced and kissed,’ one club bartender recalled. ‘There was a lot of touching going on.’
Satisfied that Jerry was no longer a problem, Carla bragged to her friends that her 48-year-old boyfriend was ‘incredible in bed’.
To the Press, she protested: ‘I hardly know the man. Perhaps someone’s pretending to be me.’ Jerry wasn’t fooled: at one point, she intercepted a message from Carla that had been written in code — albeit not a very sophisticated one.
When Jerry held the missive, with its reversed writing, up to the mirror, she read the words: ‘I’ll be your mistress for ever.’
She felt sick. ‘I cried myself inside out,’ Jerry said later.
It was no use demanding an explanation from her husband on his return — he simply stormed out again. So Jerry rang Carla to beg: ‘Leave my man alone!’ The Italian model slammed down the phone.
During another call, she stayed on the line long enough for Jerry to plead: ‘There’s a family, and there are three children involved.’
For all her distress, Jerry couldn’t have been unaware that there was a certain poetic justice to her plight. In her younger days, she’d performed a raunchy cabaret act at private parties with the singer Grace Jones.
The Shah of Iran was so taken by the lanky Texan with the down-home drawl that he flew her to Tehran and entertained her at his palace. Soon afterwards, she moved in with fashion illustrator Antonio Lopez, developed a career as a model and eventually became the fiancée of British rock star Bryan Ferry.
This didn’t stop her sleeping with Jagger on the night they met — and he, of course, took enormous delight in stealing her from Ferry.
Nor did either of them appear to spare much thought for Jagger’s wife, Bianca: indeed, it was only when the lovers flew off to Barbados that Bianca realised her marriage was over.
Still, Jerry was determined to hold onto her man. For a few months, at least, her power seemed in the ascendant as Jagger settled into their French castle, La Fourchette, to play happy families.
Then he flew to Los Angeles to work on his Wandering Spirit album — where he was soon beguiled by Melissa Behr, a 27-year-old blonde who had the added attraction of also being the girlfriend of the American rock musician Charlie Sexton.
Jerry kept her cool — until she heard that Carla was also keeping Jagger company in California. A few months later, the two models happened to bump into each other in Paris, where both were working.
In the middle of the lobby of the Ritz hotel, Jerry reportedly called Carla a tramp, then shouted: ‘Why can’t you leave my husband alone?’
‘Tell your husband,’ Carla replied haughtily, ‘to leave me alone!’
The Jagger clan: Mick and Jerry with their children James and Elizabeth
Asked later for her opinion of Jerry, she said: ‘I think people should learn not to wash their dirty linen in public. Maybe in Texas they think this shows class, but I think her behaviour shows a big lack of discretion and elegance.’
It was all too much: Jerry announced that she and Jagger were separating.
Even Keith Richards, the Rolling Stone who’d known Jagger since primary school, urged him to come to his senses.
‘You know — the old black book bit — kicking 50, it’s a bit much, a bit manic,’ he said.
He had a point: Mick had reportedly told Carla that he’d slept with 4,000 women, and he was certainly showing no sign of slacking. However, he wasn’t about to let Jerry go if he could help it.
So he pleaded with her to take him back, and she did — though it was a decision she’d soon regret.
Back in Paris, the normally resilient Carla was inconsolable when she heard Jagger and Jerry were back together.
‘I thought I’d never get over it,’ she recalled. ‘I used to wake up every morning in despair. I thought I’d never fall in love with someone else.’
His marriage woes temporarily behind him, Jagger concentrated on recording a new album, Voodoo Lounge, and preparing for a tour that spanned six continents and grossed $320 million. Much to Jerry’s chagrin, he also found time to pursue his other favourite activity.
On October 10, 1994, while the Stones were finishing a gig in New Orleans and getting ready to move on to Las Vegas, a fax meant for Mick wound up in Jerry’s hands.
It was from Carla and read simply: ‘See you at the MGM Grand.’
Jerry didn’t hesitate: she scotched the assignation by taking the next plane to Nevada.
The Italian model continued to see Jagger for several more years — not that she was his only mistress, of course. In March 1995, on the Japanese leg of the Voodoo Lounge tour, Jagger had a week-long affair with a 22-year-old British model called Nicole Kruk. His love-making, said Kruk, was ‘pretty rough’.
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The following year, Jagger founded a film company — Jagged Films — and appeared to be too busy for dalliances. Or so Jerry thought.
Her friends weren’t so sure — so without her knowledge, they clubbed together to pay for a private investigator.
Within weeks, he’d compiled a thick dossier detailing Mick’s nocturnal activities in and around London, including nights with yet another model in the Halcyon Hotel. ‘We didn’t want to see her hurt again,’ said one of the friends. ‘But I suppose this has backfired.’
By that autumn, Jagger was bedding the actress Uma Thurman, who was then 26 (27 years Mick’s junior) and had just finished playing the seductive villain Poison Ivy in the movie Batman And Robin.
Shortly after a photographer caught them in a passionate clinch, Jagger was snapped with 29-year-old Czech-Polynesian model Jana Rajlich as she was leaving his bungalow at the Beverly Hills Hotel early one morning.
They’d reportedly enjoyed an on-again, off-again affair for years: she’d even once stayed at the same hotel as Mick and Jerry for three weeks, where the singer had shuttled between the two women.
This time, Jerry hired a divorce lawyer and told Jagger their marriage was over. He responded with a bombardment of tender love notes, flowers and expensive gifts — and, incredibly, she took him back again.
For a while, the marriage seemed to thrive, with Jerry becoming pregnant in 1997 with her fourth child. Then Jagger flew to New York to film the video for the Stones song Anybody Seen My Baby?
His attention was immediately caught by a lushly beautiful unknown who’d been hired to play a stripper in the video. Her name was Angelina Jolie.
Beyond her obvious physical attributes, Angelina offered something extra: an element of danger. ‘She scares me a little — I like that,’ Jagger said.
Highly strung, foul-mouthed, and given to dark moods and fits of temper, not only was she married — to the British actor Jonny Lee Miller — but she was already having an affair with the actor Timothy Hutton.
Jagger kept phoning until he wore her down and she agreed to meet up with him in Florida. The weekend left Angelina unimpressed and Mick wanting more.
His phone calls — which mostly went straight to answering machine — became increasingly desperate. Her mother’s friend, Lauren Taines, who listened to some, described them as ‘astonishing’ and said Jagger was ‘virtually sobbing’.
Somehow, he persuaded Angelina to see him again, and their romance lurched on for another two years. Once, he was on the phone, beseeching her to join him on tour in Brazil, when the call was interrupted by Jerry — ringing to say she’d given birth to their fourth child, Gabriel.
When Angelina was unable to join him in South America, Jagger consoled himself with a 6ft Brazilian model and soft-porn actress called Luciana Morad. Besotted, his new lover later flew at her own expense to join him at locations round the world.
But not all of Jagger’s conquests during this period were leggy models. Claire Houseman, who’d formerly looked after Sting’s children, joined the Jagger family as a nanny on a Stones tour — and, after being ushered into a suite, was startled when the singer walked naked out of the shower to greet her.
The next day, Claire was making coffee in the kitchen when Jagger, who was then 55, sidled up to her. He began by stroking her hair, then lifted her onto the kitchen counter.
‘We kissed passionately,’ the nanny said. ‘The next thing I remember, he was making love to me.’
Afterwards, Jagger helped her down off the counter, kissed her on the nose and said: “OK, babe.”’ Incredibly, Jerry was in the bedroom just 30ft away.
Some months later, Luciana told Jagger she was pregnant. According to her former roommate, Lars Albert, she’d set out to ‘trap’ the Stone by having his baby — an allegation she vehemently denied.
Jerry was so traumatised by the news that she flew off to New York with baby Gabriel. Jagger, for his part, headed for their French château, stopping off in Paris to have dinner with Carla at her apartment.
The next morning, Carla told a photographer about her evening with Jagger. ‘If I’d met Mick before he was married, I’d have loved to marry him. Mick would make a fantastic husband,’ she said.
On January 15, 1999, Hall filed for a divorce on the grounds of ‘multiple adultery’ — and Jagger contested the petition on the grounds that their Hindu wedding hadn’t been valid.
In the end, she received £10 million in cash and the mansion in Richmond. As for Luciana, she got £3.5 million, plus £18,000 a month in child support.
In the meantime, Jagger’s womanising continued — including one night in a Bangkok hotel with Angelina Jolie, for old times’ sake. At one point he was even involved with a sex therapist.
‘He loved to spank,’ the therapist, Natasha Terry, said of their affair. ‘I started laughing because I was never into spanking.’
Her professional opinion? ‘I think he’s like a sex vampire. Being with all these different people makes him feel young and gives him all this energy.
‘He can’t stay faithful. He has to get that satisfaction from bedding a lot of women at the same time.’
Extracted from Mick: The Wild Life And Mad Genius of Mick Jagger by Christopher Andersen, to be published by The Robson Press on July 24 for £20. © 2012 Christopher Andersen. To order a copy for £15.99 (incl p&p) call 0843 382 0000
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None of this is news to me, but still entertaining to read about again!
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