There's a bitter feud brewing over the funeral for Mick Jagger's girlfriend.
L'Wren Scott's sister spoke out Monday, claiming she's been shut out of her own sister’s funeral by Jagger himself.
In an email to INSIDE EDITION, Jan Shane said she's “heartbroken” at the way Jagger has handled the funeral arrangements. She believes L'Wren should be buried in Utah with her parents, and not in Los Angeles where Jagger wants the burial.
"I truly believe that our parents and even L'Wren are sickened by how this has gone down. We were raised better than this," Jan told INSIDE EDITION. "I would love to see L'Wren brought home and buried next to mom and dad. She's family and that's where I believe she belongs."
L'Wren's body was flown from Manhattan, where the famous fashion designer hanged herself in her luxury 9th floor apartment. She will reportedly be buried at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery, the resting place of show biz legends like Jayne Mansfield and silent film icon Rudolph Valentino
Jagger's oldest daughter, Karis has personally taken charge of the funeral arrangements.
It has come as reports surface that L’Wren had failed to crack open the “steel ring” that Jagger's four protective daughters had formed around him.
The notorious ladies man has a total of seven children with four different women. Fourty-four-year-old Karis is the eldest, born after a fling with singer Marsha Hunt. Jade Jagger is 43 and Jagger's daughter with first wife, Bianca. He had four children with his second wife, Texas-born model Jerry Hall: Elizabeth, James, Georgia and Gabriel. His youngest child is 15-year-old Lucas, who is the spitting image of his dad. Lucas' mom is model Luciana Gimenez.
Now, Jagger's children are rallying around him as he prepares to bury L'Wren Scott. Her grieving sister Jan can only wonder how it came to be that she has no say in where her sister's body is buried.