LONDON (October 29, 2012)--Paul McCartney has told an interviewer he believes someone besides Yoko Ono should be blamed for the breakup of The Beatles.
UK's The Observer published an excerpt from the interview that McCartney gave to David Frost in which he says Ono did not break up the band.
McCartney said while he was uncomfortable with Ono sitting in on studio sessions, he feels John Lennon could not have written "Imagine" without her avant-garde influence.
McCartney says the blame for the legendary band’s demise really rests with Allen Klein, the manager who took over after Brian Epstein died.
He said Klein got the four fighting with each other, and during the interview McCartney threw a mock punch at a photo of Klein.
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