COURTNEY LOVE Lashes Out At Accusers, COBAIN's Grandfather Believes KURT Was Murdered
Courtney Love is lashing out at a book that alleges she may have had a hand in the death of her husband, NIRVANA frontman Kurt Cobain, in 1994. Max Wallace and Ian Halperin, authors of "Love & Death", have "opportunistically used the anniversary of Kurt Cobain's death to promote their ongoing campaign of greed and exploitation of what remains an unbearable tragedy for us all," Love told The New York Daily News.
Meanwhile, Kurt Cobain's grandfather, 80-year-old Leland Cobain, was treating Monday's 10-year-anniversary of Kurt's death as just another day, claiming he was "over it pretty well, now." Then again, maybe that's because Leland doesn't think the NIRVANA singer took his own life ten years ago. "I think he was murdered, yeah," says the elder Cobain during an interview with the Calgary Sun. He's not ready to accuse Kurt's then-wife Courtney Love though. "I have no idea who done it, but I think the cops in Seattle really goofed up," he says. "I can't understand how he could have that much dope in him and still lift a shotgun. And I can't understand how come his jaws weren't all broke up and everything from the concussion when it went off and why (the gun) was still on his chest — it should have jumped clear off his chest."
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