Following L'Wren Scott's Death, Mick Jagger Mourns With His Children

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Mick Jagger has traveled to Los Angeles to be with his family following the death of his girlfriend L'Wren Scott.

The Rolling Stones singer traveled to L.A. after the band canceled the Australian leg of their tour, a source tells ABC News.

"It's nice to have family that adores you and [who are] there to support you," the source said.

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Jagger, 70, has seven children. His girlfriend was found dead Monday inside her New York apartment. Officials concluded yesterday that Scott had committed suicide by hanging herself.

Jagger's daughter with Marsha Hunt, Karis, 41, lives in L.A. with her family, while his daughters with Jerry Hall, Lizzie, 30, and Georgia May, 24, are also with him.

Meanwhile, one of his sons with Hall, Jimmy, 28, and his daughter with Bianca De Macias, Jade, 41, are planning to be on the West Coast soon.

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The Rolling Stones frontman has said that he's devastated by Scott's death .

"I am still struggling to understand how my lover and best friend could end her life in this tragic way," Jagger said in a statement earlier this week. "She had great presence and her talent was much admired, not least by me."

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