A note found in Kurt Cobain's wallet apparently slamming Courtney Love that made headlines this week, was in fact written by Love, it has been reported (via Gigwise). See the full note below.
Earier this week, police released a note that was found in Kurt Cobain's wallet after his death - the content of which is not particularly flattering about his wife, Courtney Love. 20 years on from Cobain's suicide, Seattle Police have been releasing a string of evidence in their re-examination of the case, in order to reinforce their findings that his death was not suspicious or a murder.
However, now Mark Yam, the author of "Everybody Loves Our Town: An Oral History of Grunge," has unveiled the an image that shows that the note was just an excerpt of a longer letter that was actually written by Love.
The full letter reads: "Do you Kurt Cobain take Courtney Michelle Love to be your lawful shredded wife, even when she's a b-tch with zits and siphoning all [your] money for doping and whoring.
"Will you promise to f--k her at least once a week, O.K."
The news is sure to disappoint the many Kurt Cobain murder conspiracy theorists out there.
Meanwhile, Courtney Love has recently spoken about the Nirvana's reunion at Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame, giving nothing but kudos to an idea of Joan Jett/Kim Gordon/Lorde/St. Vincent-fronted band.
"Initially, I thought it was sexist, and a little bit ghettoising," Courtney told Pitchfork (via NME). "But then I was like, 'No, Kurt would have loved this.' And there's reality to it.
"Apparently, no high-profile dudes wanted to do it. It's interesting, isn't it?" she continued. "I mean, I don't know where Lorde is going. I like the St Vincent girl a lot - I looked at some of her YouTubes and I like her look, her attitude, her whole thing. She was pretty cool, especially for being as nervous as she probably was.
"But I am telling you - the Kim Gordon moment was so punk. Kim gave the punkest performance, the one that Kurt would've approved of the most. It was the punkest thing the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame has ever seen. I was really proud of that."