L’Wren’s sister ‘frozen out’ by Jagger

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Copy of Copy of TOR303_PEOPLE-LWRENSCOTT_0317_11 REUTERS Designer L'Wren Scott and Rolling Stones' frontman Mick Jagger arrive at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Benefit in New York in this May 7, 2012 file photo. Photo: Lucas Jackson

London - L'Wren Scott's body has been moved to the Hollywood Forever Funeral Home and Cemetery.

The designer's body was transported from the Frank E. Campbell Funeral Home on Sunday to the cemetery which is expected to be her final resting place.

Her grieving partner, Sir Mick Jagger, is overseeing the funeral, which is expected to be a small affair and take place "in the next couple of days," according to the New York Daily News newspaper.

The Rolling Stones singer, Mick, 70, is consulting with his partner of 13 years' brother, Randall Bambrough, who reportedly oversaw the moving of his sister's remains from New York - where she took her own life last week - to California.

L'Wren's sister, Jan Shane, is furious L'Wren won't be buried alongside their parents in Utah, where they grew up.

She has also claimed Randall has not consulted her over the funeral procedures.

She said: "I have been frozen out of my own sister's funeral. [My brother] Randy won't talk to me or call me about the arrangements, or my hopes that L'Wren be buried beside mom and dad. I am very angry about this and I cannot get answers from anybody and now I have given up expecting to here from Mick or anyone".

Jan used to be close to L'Wren - who was adopted as a baby by Ivan and Lula Bambrough, who had originally named her Luann - but had been estranged from her sister for six years. - Bang Showbiz

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