L'Wren Scott's sister Jan Shane claims she has been "frozen out" of funeral plans for the late designer and insists her late parents would have wanted the fashion icon to be buried in Utah.
Jan Shane claims her family had all agreed they wanted to be laid to rest beside their Mormon parents at their plot at Ben Lomond Cemetery in Ogden, Utah, and is outraged her brother Randall Bamborough and L'Wren's long-term love Sir Mick Jagger have managed to move the funeral to Los Angeles.
The scorned 53-year-old sibling also maintains Randall has had her "frozen out" of procedures, banning family and friends from passing on details of the service.
She lamented to RadarOnline.com: "I have been frozen out of my own sister's funeral. [My brother] Randy won't talk to me or call me about the arrangements, or my hopes that L'Wren be buried beside mom and dad. I am very angry about this and I cannot get answers from anybody - and now, I have given expecting up to here from Mick or anyone.
"I can't even imagine what our parents are thinking now ... I just ache for them. I don't even have the words to express what I feel anymore. No one will talk to me or said anything about a funeral; I believe they have been all instructed not to."
Jan used to be close to L'Wren but has been estranged from her adopted sister for six years, and was shocked to hear the designer had hanged herself in her New York City apartment last Monday morning (17.03.14).
She insists she hasn''t been contacted by "anyone in the Jagger camp, adding, "Are they going to make it so secret that her sister is banned from attending?"
The model-turned-designer had been living between New York and London with her Rolling Stones boyfriend of 13 years.
Mick was on tour with the band in Australia when news of L'Wren's untimely death broke and immediately flew out to LA, where he is being consoled by his children.