Anita Pallenberg, muse for The Rolling Stones, dead at 75

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Anita Pallenberg, muse for The Rolling Stones, dead at 75

They stayed together for two years, but he allegedly became abusive. The Stones songs "Angie" and "You Got the Silver" were written about Pallenberg. She quickly entered the art world before meeting Brian Jones of the Stones in 1965 and beginning a two year long relationship that was marked with passion, but also a good deal of abuse. She became a model in Germany.

In an interview last summer with Alain Elkann, Pallenberg explained how she went from Brian Jones to his bandmate, Keith Richards.

Throughout the 1960s, Ms. Pallenberg seemed to be everywhere.

Whether she was rocking a slip dress and furry jacket at a movie premiere or a white mini-dress at the airport, she was keen to have fun and play with clothes. The blonde Pallenberg and the dark and tousled Richards often looked like negative images of each other. She also appeared in the sitcom Absolutely Fabulous.

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In 1994, Anita earned a fashion degree at Central Saint Martins and briefly worked with Vivienne Westwood, though she eventually left the industry behind, calling it "too nasty, too rip-off, too hard". He also discussed their shared heroin addiction and penchant for living on the edge. Reportedly, they had a love affair while they were making 1970 film Performance, though Pallenberg always denied it.

"But you gotta believe me that there was no option".

Captioning an image of Pallenberg during her sixties heyday, she wrote: 'There was none more attractive, more unique and more inspiring!' 'The official "sixth Stone".

Pallenberg was born in Rome in 1944.

Richards wasn't the only member of the Rolling Stones that Pallenberg took an interest in at one point or another. Sources tell me a lifetime of substance trouble finally caught up with her.

When I got the news of her death, I was at a Nick Cave show in New York City, which was really the flawless place to mourn a bad seed like Anita - I sang "From Her To Eternity" extra loud in her honor. However, she was expelled at 16. She did. In November 1966, the London press printed scandalous photos of Brian in a Nazi uniform with Anita kneeling at his feet.

A countercultural icon, Pallenberg refused to be boxed into simple roles like "girlfriend" or "groupie" in her relationship with the group. But the life did not appeal to her.

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