London, Nov 16 : Former road manager of the Beatles is impenitent about disclosing the extent of the disruption he believed John Lennon's wife Yoko Ono caused to the legendary band.
Tony Bramwell had raised eyebrows with his ferocious attack on Yoko in his recent memoirs, Magical Mystery Tours.
Being one of the last surviving members of the Beatles' inner circle, he claimed that her initial interest in Lennon was based on his vast fortune, blamed her for the group's break-up and accused her of interfering with recording sessions.
"I have no axe to grind against Yoko," the Daily Express, quoted him, as saying.
"I wanted to let Beatles fans know the real stories about what it was like when Yoko came into John's life and the problems she caused for the Beatles, their fans, and the staff at Apple," he added.