He is rich, famous, and admired, and thus has all the cards in the hand to a life that few have been able. But the scandals have been many of the iconic singer and entertainers life.
Although Elton John has put the booze and drugs in extreme quantities on the shelf, then popping the skeletons up from the old days.
Now have Elton John's ex-wife, Renate Blauel, sued him. It writes The Guardian.
The German-born Renate Blauel after the divorce in 1988 and stayed out of the media spotlight, but her recent actions against Elton John has caused a stir.
Such as the then-happy couple, when they were married in Australia back in the 1980s. Photo credit: Shutterstock
But exactly what she the plaintiff hitmaker is not known, but she had sought an injunction against him. The Guardian has, however, seen the secret papers.
Elton John's lawyers confirms that there is a lawsuit against him, but refuses to elaborate or comment on the matter.
The former couple met each other, when Elton John was recording his comeback album 'Too Low for Zero' back in 1983. She worked as a sound engineer on the album. The year after they were married, while they were on tour in Australia. They were, as mentioned, divorced in 1988.
After the divorce, he jumped out as gay. But it was not equally easy for the 'Rocket Man'singer. In his autobiography, which was released last year, he described how difficult it was to be divorced from the wife, just as he had a hard time accepting his sexuality.
'I have broken the one I love, and who loves me unconditionally,' he wrote.
back Then, Elton has not yet publicly emerged as a homosexual. Photo credit: Shutterstock
'In spite of all the pain so there was no bitterness involved at all. Subsequent years each time there was something with me, would the press show up on her doorstep to look for some dirt on me, but she hold close each time, she has never udfrittet me. She asked them just to let her be in peace,' he writes.
In the book he writes also, that it is limited to how much he has with his ex-wife to do.
'I have seen her once after our divorce. When I had children, I invited her over to my home, Woodside, because I would want her to meet them. I would like to see her. I would like to have, that she was a part of our lives. And that we were a part of her in one way or another. But she would not, and I pushed not on. I do respect how she has it,' it said.
he Now lives a more quiet life with her husband, David Furnish, and their two common children.