Rolling Stones Insurer Seeks Evidence of L'Wren Scott's Mental Health in $12.7 Million Claim

Rolling Stones Insurer Seeks Evidence of L'Wren Scott's Mental Health in $12.7 Million Claim
Insurance underwriters involved in a legal battle with the Rolling Stones over a $12.7 million claim have won permission to seek evidence in Utah about the mental health of Mick Jagger's girlfriend before she took her life in March. A federal judge in Utah last month allowed the 12 underwriters to gather testimony and documents from L'Wren Scott's brother, Randall Bambrough of Ogden. She was a fashion designer and Utah native whose suicide prompted the rock group to postpone a concert tour of Australia and New Zealand and then file a $12.7 claim for losses due to its postponement. Jagger was
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