Sussex - (Sticky Fingers Mess): Not on your nellie. That's the verdict of gold-digging vegan fanaticist Heather Mills' former divorce lawyers who reckoned their client was so barmy that they wouldn't touch her fantasy claims about Brian Jones' 1969 RIP with a bargepole.
Mills reckoned her ex-husband pursued a lengthy vendetta against Stones guitarist Jones after a dodgy skunk deal went disastrously wrong after a tip-off from a psychic Tarot reader.
"Ludicrous of course," legal sources said today, "but then she was after a hundred million of the old man's dosh."
Her eventual twenty million pound divorce deal included a lifetime gagging order.
And McCartney of course never had any connection to Crotchford Farm where Jones ended up with that fatal splashabout.
But daftass rumors used to do the London gangland rounds after Jones' body was fished out of the water saying that Rolling Stones vocalist Mick Jagger himself was a lookalike impersonator/tribute act from high ranking UK political dynasty.
"Yeah, the real Jagger was assassinated at his nearby Stargrove mansion," a Rowling Stoned Magazine contact commented, "probably on Margaret Thatcher's personal orders."
Michael Jackson's ownership of the Beatles Songbook is the very stuff of entertainment industry fiction.