In addition to her @Courtney Twitter account, sometimes a source of entertainment, consternation and lawsuits, kaleidoscopic rock queen Courtney Love has a second, private and much more personal account on the microblogging site: @Cbabymichelle. “Personal” as in Cbabymichelle is actually written by Ms. Love and not an assistant. According to former Radar Magazine chief and current Fix-meister Maer Roshan‘s new eBook about Ms. Love, Courtney Comes Clean: The High Life and Dark Depths of Music’s Most Controversial Icon, Ms. Love has used the lesser-known account to have barbarically yawping dialogues with her public persona, one online voice acting as a PR-friendly saint to Cbabymichelle’s heckling sinner. Mr. Roshan writes: Read More
Francis Bean Cobain Didn’t Take Out a Restraining Order Against Courtney Love Because of Etsy, Drug Problem
Yesterday, documents were released showing that in 2009, Francis Bean Cobain filed a restraining order against her mom, Courtney Love. This isn’t that unusual: restraining orders against Hollywood parents came as regularly as Xanax/Adderall/Whip-It prescriptions out in L.A.
But despite having a history of screaming matches in public places, Ms. Cobain (now 19) took out the restraining order against her mother not only for herself but for her dog as well, Uncle Fester. Read More
It’s a sad fact that whenever we hear a story in the news about Courtney Love trashing a room–be it hotel, her own home, or otherwise–we’re inclined to just assume that it’s true. Not so!
Despite a claim by Ms. Love’s current landlord at her 250 West 10th Street townhouse that the rocker had not only fallen behind on her $27k-a-month rent, but set it on fire as well, the case has been thrown out of court. Mrs. Love will not be evicted after all. Hooray! Read More