Rolling Stones star Ronnie Wood once saved a musician's life - after he was allegedly threatened with a gun by music producer Phil Spector.
Robin - the surviving son of late British comedy legends John Le Mesurier and Hattie Jacques - recalls an incident in the 1980s when Spector threatened him at Wood's studio.
He says: "About 20 years ago, I had a gun pulled on me by Phil Spector which really kind of scared me.
"I went to a party for the release of one of Ronnie Wood's albums in Los Angeles. We listened to it a couple of times and had a few drinks.
"I was leaving when a short, squirty guy jumped up and put a snub-nose revolver in my face. It was scary.
"Woody (Ron) went, 'No, No, No, he's a friend.' Spector then lowered the gun. I have no idea if it was loaded but it was pretty nasty."
Spector is preparing for a second trial where he is accused of murdering actress Lana Clarkson at his Alhambra, California mansion in 2003.
His original murder trial was ruled a mistrial in September when jurors couldn't agree unanimously on a guilty verdict.