Died Anita Pallenberg, Muse The Rolling Stones
Model and actress Anita Pallenberg, who became famous for his romantic relationships with members of the band the Rolling Stones, has died at the age of 73.
Her death was reported by Stella Schnabel, daughter of artist and filmmaker Julian Schnabel. “I’ve never met a woman like she is,” says Stella. “Rest in peace, my Roman mother,” she wrote on Instagram.
Anita Pallenberg was born in Rome in 1944 in the German-Italian family. Her father, an ethnic German, was a salesman and an Amateur artist, and his mother worked as a Secretary in the German Embassy.
Since childhood, Anita spoke four languages, and in his youth began her career as a model.
Pallenberg, met with musicians from The Rolling Stones in 1965 in Munich where she worked as a model. She began an affair with Brian Jones, but after two years she left him for Keith Richards. After that, Jones left the band and died shortly afterwards.
There were rumors about her affair with Mick Jagger in 1970, when they both participated in the filming of “Performance”, but Pallenberg always denied them.
In his memoirs, “Life” Keith Richards describes Pallenberg as “very strong and intelligent” woman of incredible beauty.
They had three children, one of whom died in infancy. Pallenberg, and Richards split in 1980.
Anita Pallenberg acted as a backing vocalist in Sympathy for the Devil — one of the hits of The Rolling Stones. According to one of the managers of the group, Joe Bergman, she had a great influence on the Rolling Stones in General.
She played in such films as “Barbarella” (1969) and “Mister Lonely” (2007).
In 1979, she was accused of manslaughter of Scott Cantrell. He shot himself with a pistol to Anita’s home in new York, where she lived with Richards. These charges were later dismissed.
“I didn’t feel anything she said about the death of Cantrell. — This is one of the wonderful side effects from using drugs and alcohol.”
In 1987, Anita Pallenberg was treated for drug addiction, after which he entered the fashion course at St. Martin’s College in London.
She left behind two children and five grandchildren.