Rocker Ronnie Wood has reportedly kicked his Russian lover out after an ugly street fight.
According to sources, Ekaterina Ivanova, 20, was in tears as she begged the 62-year-old Rolling Stones guitarist not to throw her out.
However, Wood was adamant she had to get out of their rented 5,000 pound-a-week mansion - telling pals in the words of the Stones' 60s hit: "It's all over now."
Ekaterina has also accused Wood of allegedly assaulting her, but she isn’t pressing any charges against him.
Wood dumped waitress Ekaterina - known as Katia - after relatives and band members warned his life had spiralled out of control.
Katia immediately began sending text messages to pals saying the 18-month fling was finished.
"I think she realises Ronnie is serious. He's had enough of the whole thing. They are both fiery but as far as Ron is concerned he picked Katia out of the gutter. He can just as easily put her back,” the Sun quoted a friend as saying.
"Katia's at her wit's end because she knows she is nothing without him. On the other hand, she knows Ronnie could be charged. She doesn't want the police involved but she will fight to save the relationship no matter what," the friend added.