Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones prepared to board a Boeing 767 at Perth International Airport on March 19, 2014 in Australia.
The Rolling Stones announced they would be canceling their Australian and New Zealand tour following the shocking suicide of frontman Mick Jagger’s longtime girlfriend, fashion designer L’Wren Scott.
Authorities in Perth escorted the band to the airport with uniformed police fitted in bullet-proof vests, in five cars. Abu Dhabi is listed as the first destination on the flight manifesto, but it's assumed Jagger is headed home to New York.
Reportedly grief-stricken, Mick Jagger was photographed wearing a dark baseball cap and sunglasses and black cap.
A report from the New York Post claims L'Wren Scott rubbed the rest of the Rolling Stones the wrong way “because she was so controlling... When they saw her, they said, ‘Here comes Yoko.’” Jagger, aware of the tensions between his bandmates and the beauty, asked her to stay home during their 14 on Fire tour that kicked off last month -- but is now suspended in the wake of her suicide.
New York City medical examiner’s officials confirmed on Wednesday that Scott’s death came as result of hanging. Spokeswoman Julie Bolcer delivered the news three days after the fashion designer was found with a scarf and neck tie around French door.