Mick Jagger’s daughter ordered to pay almost R$ 12,000 for incident with police in Ibiza


A Spanish judge sentenced Jade Jagger, one of Mick Jagger’s daughters, to pay 1,400 euros (about R$ 7,572, at the exchange rate this Friday, the 19th) and to indemnify an agent with another 800 euros (R$ 4,327), after a mix-up with the police on the island of Ibiza. The fine, in all, adds up to 2,200 euros, that is, almost R$ 12,000.

In a quick trial held this Friday (19), the magistrate sentenced the daughter of the lead singer of the Rolling Stones for the crime of “serious resistance, with a penalty of four months of fine in the amount of 10 euros daily”. [R$ 53,92] and for a minor offense of bodily injury, with a penalty of 20 days of a fine of 10 euros per day”, indicated the Superior Court of Justice of the Balearic Islands, in a brief statement.

Jade Jagger, who was arrested on Wednesday (17) along with another person, “must compensate the victim for 800 euros”, he added. The facts occurred on the same day of her arrest, when the 51-year-old jewelry designer and her companion were at a restaurant in Ibiza.

According to a statement from the Unified Police Union of the Balearic Islands, Jade attacked one of the agents who was trying to identify her companion, whose behavior led the local officials to call the police. That person was sentenced to four months in prison for contempt of authority.

Born in 1971 to the union of Nicaraguan Bianca Jagger and the lead singer of the Rolling Stones, Jade is the second of the eight children of the famous musician with his different wives.

Source: Folha

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