The most controversial woman in rock is now controversial on Twitter.
- Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Courtney-Love/109474175745263
- Twitter: courtneyloveuk
An American woman best known for possibly killing her husband, Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain, and losing custody of their daughter Frances Bean, Courtney Love recently went insane on Twitter. Her manic slew of Tweets led to an expensive lawsuit from a fashion designer.
Courtney was rejected from the Mouseketeers as a teenager for reciting a Sylvia Plath poem. She went to boarding school, where she got into heroin and wrote some depressing poetry of her own. She would later introduce Kurt to heroin.
Rise to fame
Courtney was the lead singer of Los Angeles grunge band Hole, most famous for the singles "Doll Parts," "Violet," and "Celebrity Skin." She was also briefly in Faith No More (before they achieved success of any sort), and was at one point impersonated by Lois Maffeo, a friend of K Records founder and Beat Happening singer Calvin Johnston.
She is currently paying $430,000 to the fashion designer for the Tweets.
"I want to be the girl with the most cake."