Broke 'Brown Sugar' muse sells Mick Jagger's love letters12/13/2012
Wow, American singer Marsha Hunt must be feeling some satisfaction that she tucked away love letters Mick Jagger sent to her during the summer of 1969, because she's gone from being flat broke to loaded with the strike of an auctioneer's gavel. The "beautifully written and lyrical" letters were sent to Hunt, believed to be Mick Jagger's muse for the song "Brown Sugar," and she held on to them for all of these years. Sotheby's auction house sold the 10 letters for $302,000, well above what they were expected to fetch. Is it too much to hope that in this age of email, someone will buy our ex's messages in 30 years for big bucks? [Source]
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Do you save love letters or chuck them when the relationship ends?