The Beatles legend Paul McCartney had a new interview with Chris Heath of GQ Magazine and revealed if he or other The Beatles members ever had a sexual relationship with underage girls.
Here is what he said:
“More generally, then the whole sort of scene was not so PC. [In] that postwar boom, girls and guys, it was a much more open scene… free love and the Pill had just come in, so it was a completely different scene.
The other aspect, of course, is that we, though not quite Jimmy, we were of the age of the girls, we were all young.
Paul also revealed how did they try to be careful about underage girls. Paul admitted that closer they were in age, the less it seemed to matter:
So if you’re now talking about a 17-, 18-year-old boy with a 15-year-old girl, we all knew that was illegal. We knew it and it was like, ‘NO’.
But the closer we were in age, of course, the less it seemed to matter. We knew with under-16s it was illegal, so we didn’t do it.”
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