Faithfull - Study Guide Aftermath Summary & Analysis

Marianne Faithfull
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After the drug bust, Marianne writes about how quiet things were. Charges were brought against her Mick, Keith, and Robert Fraser. They were released on bail. As it turned out, The Stones didn't want Marianne to testify, and she was pissed off about that. She didn't want to look like a helpless victim of the bad boys. However, ultimately, Mick took the blame for Marianne and she said that was very noble.

Meanwhile, Mick was devastated to be tried and sent to prison. He even broke down crying in front of Marianne. She told him to pull himself together, but later regretted saying that. She did mention, however, that some of his turmoil of being in jail ended up in the very famous Satanic Majesties record. The press was obsessed with Mick's behavior in prison. They analyzed what he ate, smoke, and wore. Mick ended...

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