Rolling Stones star Mick Jagger pays tribute to the late Steve Bing: "He was such a gracious and generous friend".
Rolling Stones star Mick Jagger (76) is deeply touched by the surprising death of the multi-million dollar filmmaker and US entrepreneur Steve Bing (1965-2020). "It is so sad to hear about Steve Bing's death. He was such a gracious and generous friend and supported so many good and just things. I will miss him very much. MJ," the British singer wrote on Instagram.
Steve Bing was no stranger to the art scene. And as a producer, he was involved in the Rolling Stones concert film "Shine A Light" by US director Martin Scorsese (77).
Steve Bing committed suicide on Monday
Steve Bing was found lifeless on Monday on the street below his luxury apartment in the Century City neighborhood of Los Angeles, California. As the authorities have now confirmed, the 55-year-old committed suicide. A spokesman for the Los Angeles District Forensic Medicine told People magazine that Bing was pronounced dead at 1:10 p.m. at the scene.
The telephone counseling service can help you with depression by calling the freephone number: 0800/111 0 111