There’s many reasons why Mick Jagger still continues to do what he does best in music. Surely, he loves what he does and of course, he loves his fans too. Not only does Mick Jagger love to be near music, but he also loves to ensure that his bank account is safe. Now, thinking about it on the surface, you would expect that Mick Jagger is very well off and has no reason to ever worry about money. Wrong.
Many fans of Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones are aware that Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall have a very storied past. Their marriage spanning from 1990 to 1999 was later declared null and void by the High Court of England and Wales in 1999, stating that their union was not legal according to either Indonesian or English law. Hall had four children with Jagger.
What many fans don’t know is that Hall gained an estimated £10 million settlement when they split. Jerry Hall was able to get Mick Jagger to quick smoking heroin. His addiction had become something that would spiral out of control before having an affair that would ultimately lead to he and Hall getting together.
What is true as well about Hall is that she never seemed to be after anyone’s money as she always wanted the best for anyone that was around her or that she was having a relationship with.
Jerry Hall was always said to be a very hard worker who always kept the grind going even when she was given the settlement money via Jagger. Now, with her divorce from tycoon, Rupert Murdoch, many are assuming that she will indeed try to take billions from him. This is still up in the air, but many are against the idea of Jerry Hall taking anything from the mogul.
Special thanks to the Daily Mail.