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Yoko ono after lennons death dating

Whenever Peebles was in New York, he and Yoko One met up and talked about business and pleasure -- mostly on business.

Mark David Chapman is serving a life sentence at Wende Correctional Facility in Alden, N. Last year, despite his alleged changed behavior and religious embrace, a parole board denied his request for release (for the eighth time) in the death of John Lennon.

Chapman assassinated Ono's husband on the eve of December 8, 1980, outside his Dakota residence on Manhattan's Upper West Side.

He recently broke his silence and candidly pointed out a few things about Lennon's widow that plagues him today.

To him, Yoko appeared in better spirits after the fatal shooting, as if she was happier after his untimely death.

Yoko Ono has a dark side, according to a former friend and radio disc jockey.

Reportedly, Andy Peebles, a respected longtime BBC Radio One DJ and host, who was the last to interview John Lennon before he died, claims the Beatles' widow exploited his death for fame.

Reportedly, on the "Double Fantasy" album, the single is "I’m Losing You" refers to John's fear of losing his wife to her secret lover.

Allegedly, Havadtoy moved in with Yoko on the same night of John's death and remained by her side for months.

Andy said he felt betrayed by the stunt he believes was designed to re-energize John's career after a break from the Beatles band.

"I remember thinking, thank God I’d put on clean socks.

I was thinking, frankly, 'So this is the woman who broke up the Beatles.' "She said, 'Right, if we are going to do this, I need to make very clear to you that this interview will be 50 percent about John, and 50 percent about me.' I felt like saying, 'Who on earth are you?