After his girlfriend’s terrible death, Mick Jagger revealed a different side of himself by writing a statement.

The Rolling Stones’ members experienced loss, depression, and heartbreak in the midst of their fame. When Jagger lost his girlfriend, L’Wren Scott, he revealed another side of himself.

A tragic remark the artist wrote years ago resurfaces after headlining the British Summer Time concert in Hyde Park.

The Rolling Stones were performing in Australia as part of their 2014 tour when L’Wren Scott passed away. It was put off right away because Jagger made the decision to return to New York, where he was living with the late model and fashion designer.

After the confirmation, he released a rare message on his website to openly express his sorrow.

“I still find it difficult to comprehend how my lover and the dearest friend could tragically end her life. We were able to build a nice life for ourselves and spend a lot of good years together. She had a strong presence, and I was not the only one who was impressed by her talent,” he said.

However, it was said that the pair split up just before Scott committed suicide. She was also referred to by a law enforcement source as Jagger’s “ex-lover.”

The couple was still together at the time of her passing, according to Jagger’s agent, who later corrected the statements.

What Happened to L’Wren Scott?

In 2014, Scott contacted Brittany Penebre, her assistant, at 8:30 a.m., asking her to meet her at her duplex on West 24th Street and 11th Avenue at 10:00 a.m.

However, when the assistant got there, he discovered her hanging from the L-shaped door handle of the flat. She wrapped her neck in a scarf as well. It was a “painless” manner to pass away, according to a law enforcement source.

Drugs and malicious intent were ruled out even though Scott did not leave a suicide note.

Julie Bolcer, a spokesman for the chief medical examiner’s office in New York City, later confirmed that suicide was the cause of death.

It was discovered that before she passed away, her London-based company, LS Fashion Ltd., was heavily in debt. After having a $4.2 million deficit in 2011, it had a $5.9 million deficit in 2012.

Her death happened after her London Fashion Week show was abruptly postponed owing to “production delays in the key show and couture pieces. Another insider, however, disclosed that her failing business was the underlying cause of the postponement.