Insurance underwriters who were part of a court battle with the Rolling Stones regarding a $12.7 million claim received permission to find proof in Utah on L’Wren Scott, Mick Jagger’s girlfriend, prior to her death early this March.
A Utah federal judge in the previous month gave 12 underwriters permission to gather evidence from Randall Bambrough, the brother of L’Wren Scott.
Scott was a Utah native and a fashion designer whose suicide caused the Rolling Stones to hold off their concert tour in New Zealand and Australia and filing a $12.7 million claim due to the tour postponement.
Prior to the concert tour, Rolling Stones took a policy worth $23.9 million in case shows were cancelled as a result of death within the family.
Underwriters believe that Scott may have suffered from a pre-existing mental condition. They believe her death may not be covered in the policy.
Underwriters are looking for evidence regarding Scott’s possible mental illness, treatments, and circumstances that led to her death.