Daughter of Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger fined for attacking police officer

Jade Jagger has been fined for attacking a police officer in Ibiza.

The 51-year-old daughter of Rolling Stones frontman Sir Mick Jagger was arrested along with a man in Ibiza Town on Wednesday.

It followed an altercation at a restaurant in the island’s capital.

In a hearing on Friday, Jagger agreed to pay fines of €1,200 euros (£1,040) for resisting authorities and €200 (£173) for causing minor injuries, as well as €800 (£695) in compensation to the police officer, a Spanish court said.

The man, identified only by his initials AW, was sentenced to four months in prison for assault and battery.

In Spain, prison sentences under two years are generally suspended if the defendant has no prior convictions.

i might go for a concert one? Mick Jagger, Ronnie Wood and Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones perform as part of their "Stones Sixty Europe 2022 Tour", at the Hippodrome de Longchamp in Paris, France July 23, 2022. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
Sir Mick Jagger with Keith Richards (R) and Ronnie Wood (L)

Jagger, a jewellery designer, is a mother-of-three and a grandmother.

She is one of Sir Mick’s eight children, but the only one he shares with her mother Bianca – a Nicaraguan campaigner and former actress.

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