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četrtek, 16 septembra, 2021

Rod Stewart used to wear Britt Ekland’s satin knickers and charged her rent

The rocker and the actress dated for several years but he would charge her for board and lodgings when they were living together.

Britt Ekland has revealed more details of Rod Stewart’s penny-pinching – saying the rocker charged her rent when they were dating.

The actress, 77, said the rich Maggie May singer made her pay to stay with him despite him not needing the money.

Looking back on her relationship with Rod in the Seventies, she said: “I had to pay $100 a month board and lodgings when I was living with him.

“I would go shopping with him and watch him buy clothes from Yves Saint Laurent but nothing for me.

 

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