Jerry Sells Her [Pounds Sterling]1m Life Story (Watch out, Mick); Mick Jagger: Secrets Could Be Revealed Jerry Hall: Her Life Makes for a 'Riveting Read'

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Jerry Sells Her [Pounds Sterling]1m Life Story (Watch out, Mick); Mick Jagger: Secrets Could Be Revealed Jerry Hall: Her Life Makes for a 'Riveting Read'


Byline: Showbusiness News Editor

SHE accused Mick Jagger of being 'tight' over the day-to-day costs ofcaring for their four children.

Now Jerry Hall appears to have found a novel way to make him pay.

She will earn a reported [pounds sterling]1million for writing an autobiography featuring juicydetails about the Rolling Stone.

The 51-year-old former model, who spent 23 years with Sir Mick, has signed adeal with HarperCollins.

According to the publisher, the book 'takes a candid look at Hall's experiencesas a young model from Gonzalez, Texas, her marriage to Mick Jagger and her lifein the rock 'n' roll fast lane'. It promises to be an 'explosive' read.

'Jerry is a force of nature,' said Jane Friedman, HarperCollins's globalpresident.

'She is a vibrant, happy woman with a great sense of humour whose life storycontains the unexpected and makes for a riveting read.' Yesterday VictoriaBarnsley, chief executive of HarperCollins UK, added: 'Jerry is one of life'sgreat survivors. She's also very funny. I've no doubt her book will be highlyentertaining and illuminating both about her own remarkable life and theextraordinary world she's lived in.' All of which might prove ratheruncomfortable reading for her ex-husband.

The last time Miss Hall put pen to paper - to write a song with her musicianfriend Rachel Fuller, girlfriend of The Who's Pete Townshend - Sir Mick cameoff rather one is safe badly. The song, Around This Table, appeared to be aboutthe large dining table at the house in Richmond Hill, South-West London, whichMiss Hall shared with Sir Mick.

It was widely regarded as an attack on the rock legend's many extramaritaldalliances. …

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