"I'd blown my mind, couldn't work," he told Playboy.
"Moving to New York when I was in my 20's and 30's saved me," she told Playboy.
Lennon always denied the rumours, telling Playboy in 1980: "Well, it was almost a love affair, but not quite.
"I don't believe in burdening any children I might have with that," he told Playboy in a 1994 interview.
"They tried me for killing a sheriff's man at Dallas," Jones told Playboy in 1968.
"I'd blown my mind, couldn't work," he told Playboy, explaining how he could not get the story done for deadline.
In 1974 he told Playboy, "Adolf Hitler was one of the first rock stars.
Ten years later in 1980, he told Playboy he still disagreed with the decision.
Lennon told Playboy, "I was hurt by it.