L'Wren Scott's final wishes have been released and she's leaving everything to her partner of 13 years, Mick Jagger.
Scott's will was signed on May 23, 2013, nearly one year before her tragic death on March 17, and bequeathed all of her "jewelry, clothing, household furniture and furnishings, personal automobiles and other tangible articles of a personal nature" and the remainder of her estate to the Rolling Stones frontman, valued at approximately $9 million.
According to the document, obtained by "The Insider With Yahoo," her family received nothing.
The late fashion designer's final testament stirs up a series of questions about why she decided to take her own life at the tender age of 47.
While initial reports suggested that the former model was bordering on bankruptcy and her design house, LS Fashion Ltd., was $5.9 million in the red, her assets, including an $8 million New York City apartment and nearly $1 million in valuables, suggest otherwise. Papers were filed on Wednesday at Manhattan's Surrogate Court.
Following her death, rumors also swirled about the state of her relationship with the famous rocker. However a source told Yahoo, "They always seemed as fine as you can be."
Scott's relationship with her family appears to be more complicated. The designer, who was adopted as a baby and raised in Ogden, Utah, as Luann Bambrough, did not leave any of her belongings to her adopted siblings, brother, Randall Bambrough, or sister, Jan Shane. Despite being left out of the will, her family members did receive some of her ashes, which they plan to bury in Utah.
"She was cremated and I have some of her ashes,” Randall Bambrough told the New York Daily News. “Some of those ashes, they will be buried near our parents here in Utah. And there will be a ceremony, date to be determined, in Utah for all family members who will have an opportunity to see their friends and others.”
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Scott's funeral took place in Los Angeles on Tuesday. A small and private ceremony was arranged by Jagger, 70, and attended by her family.