Paul McCartney's scathing letter from John Lennon is up for auction.

The letter is expected to fetch at least $30,000 when Gotta Have Rock and Roll auctions it off . John Lennon wrote to his ex bandmate just days after he gave an interview critical of him and the Beatles to the now-defunct music magazine Melody Maker in November 1971 .

Sir Paul McCartney's scathing letter from Beatles legend John Lennon is up for auction.The late The Beatles legend, who was shot dead in 1980, wrote to his ex bandmate just days after he gave an interview critical of him and the Beatles to the now-defunct music magazine Melody Maker in November 1971, and it is now expected to fetch at least $30,000 when Gotta Have Rock and Roll auctions it off.John tells Paul that he is ungrateful for the money he receives from The Beatles and accuses him of assaulting his ex bandmate Ringo Starr and his wife Maureen in a letter sent to Melody Maker editor Richard Williams, who obeyed Johns request to publish it.It's all well playing the humble, sincere old human Paul in the Melody Maker, but you'll know that we shouldn't just sign a piece of paper.

I will love it if you'll protect us against the taxman!As Iweve said many times, you should come to me whenever you like.USE YOUR MIND TO MAKE UP.You said you would sell to us on no terms and then tell us that if we didn't do what you wanted, you'd sue us again, causing Ringo and George to break you, etc., etc.

If you are not the perpetrator (as you claim), who the hell took us to court and s***t all over us in public?Who is the one who keeps threatening to finish Ringo and Maureen, who had warned me on the phone two weeks earlier?Who said he'd pay whatever the price As I've mentioned before, have you ever thought you're wrong about something?In the three-page letter, the Jealous Guy artist pleaded with Paul to meet him without lawyers, berated him for being indecisive about the band's break, which occurred more than a year before the note was In the note, John refers to Paul by way of a postscript in which they said that they had separated their wives, Linda McCartney and Yoko Ono, from the conflict.

I know youre camp, but I don't Let us not go too far, though!I thought you'd have understood that I'm JOHNANDYOKO by no means.