Actress and model Anita Pallenberg, known for his romantic relationships with musicians group Rolling Stones, has died at the age of 73, reports The Guardian.
The cause of death, Pallenberg not currently reported.
Future «Muse» the Rolling Stones was born in Nazi-occupied Rome in January 1944. Anita’s father was an Italian artist, mother — a German Secretary. At the age of 16 when the girl was expelled from boarding school, she became a model and worked first in Italy and then in new York, in the famous «Factory» Andy Warhol.
In 1965, Pallenberg went to the concert of the Rolling Stones, which led to her affair with guitarist Brian Jones, who two years later she left for Keith Richards.
Anita Richards gave birth to three children, one of whom died in infancy. The couple broke up in 1980. There were also rumours about a romantic relationship, Pallenberg with Mick Jagger, but Anita herself has always denied that such an affair took place.
Pallenberg called «Muse» the Rolling Stones. She sang backing vocals on Sympathy for the Devil, and in 1970, along with Jagger starred in the film «Performance».
In 1979, the actress was charged with manslaughter, when 17-year-old Scott Cantrell, the caretaker of the estate, Pallenberg and Richards and Anita’s lover, was shot in the bedroom of his mistress with her gun. Despite rumors that the lovers played «Russian roulette», Pallenberg justified.