Thanks a lot world. Thank you very much for mentioning the words ‘Twitter’ and ‘Courtney Love’ in the same breath. Every single time these are uttered at the same time, the collective mind is taken straight to memories of Love’s unhinged ramblings and self-shot photos of her horribly undernourished breasts.
Still, nothing is as bad as the music she’s made us suffer in the past, eh?
With Love, trouble is never far away. And of course, with access to a Twitter account, she’s always going to spout off about someone or something. Most likely her daughter. However, legal action is afoot after Courtney opened up her strange mind and stuck a gnarled boot it.
Now, we were actually hoping that Courtney Love would be mental enough to sue Twitter for defamation of character for the things she’s Tweeted about herself because, lets be honest here, she’s barking enough to pull a preposterous stunt like that.
However, someone else is suing her because she’s so pissing loud.
Someone called Dawn Simorangkir – who we’ve never heard of, but is a) A fashion designer of some kind and b) Owner of an impossible surname – is suing Courtney over a tirade she posted in March 2009.
The ever delicate and tactful celebrity widow called the fashion designer ‘a prostitute and a thief’, which is nice. In fact, we could take some tips from that kind of shitslingery.
Of course, Simorangkir could have easily responded with an equally vicious volley of abuse, most of which would have been bang-on-the-money, but alas, didn’t fall for the bait and decided to quietly step to one side and state ‘say hello to my lawyers’.
The trial date was supposed to be on January 18, but has been pushed back to February 6 for scheduling purposes. And, more importantly, it gives Love the chance to spout off some more about the whole thing in which the singer will try and get both of her massive feet into her gigantic gob.
And if you’re interested in this sort of thing, Courtney Love could end up being the first-ever witness in a high-profile defamation trial over comments on Twitter.
We look forward to more legal action taken against slebs for their bizarre outpourings.