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07/26/2013 02:29 pm ET

Mick Jagger's House In 1969 Had Fake Deer Head, Plenty Of Velvet (PHOTOS)

Mick Jagger turns 70 today, unofficially becoming a living monument to the life-enhancing benefits of aerobic dance.

Exhibit A:

To celebrate the rock god's birthday, we're taking a look back at one of his less-entertaining moments -- but one that resulted in a rare glimpse into Jagger's home. In 1969, Jagger's house was raided by police. He and Marianne Faithfull were subsequently arrested for marijuana possession. When their arrest records were released in 2005, the file included photos that offer a peek into the interior design choices of a legend.

As expected, there were plenty of "strong" design choices. Let's take a look, shall we?

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