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Hole singer Courtney Love has settled a lawsuit with fashion designer Dawn Simorangkir in Los Angeles. The Associated Press reports that Kurt Cobain's widow agreed to hand over $430,000 (£264,000) plus interest to Simorangkir, following a Twitter broadside against the designer, who is also known as the "Boudoir Queen". Love …

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  1. Cazzo Enorme

    Right result

    Based on her on-line outpourings, Love's a deeply nasty person - no wonder Trent Reznor wrote the song "Starf*ckers Inc" about her.

  2. paulc

    only things she's ever got right were these:

    http://www.gerryhemingway.com/piracy2.html

    http://www.salon.com/technology/feature/2000/06/14/love

    1. peyton?
      Happy

      The Salon article

      Is an interesting read.

      Courtney Love may be a lose canon, but she's got balls. I've always liked her.

      1. Anomalous Cowturd
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        Re: The Salon article...

        She certainly seems to have the "Music business" sussed out.

        Go girl.

    2. ratfox Silver badge
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      Indeed

      The Salon article is worth a read.

  3. Anonymous Coward
    FAIL

    anything from her

    Is an offence.

  4. Anonymous Coward
    Coat

    So I guess this has left her

    with a 'hole' in her finances!

    Did you see what I did there?

  5. rsm1979

    Frances Bean is 18 already

    Was a fan of Nirvana and Hole when I was a teenager.

    Following some links from the article to Wikipedia states that Courtney is now 46 and Frances is 18 - has it really been that long already?

  6. Snake Plissken

    Not just Trent Reznor

    But Tori Amos' "Professional Widow" is supposedly about her too. Pretty scathing about her, the way she ingratiated herself ("China white, Brown may be sweeter, She will supply") and the suicide of Cobain "Don't blow those brains yet, we gotta be big..."

    All in all, Love seems a real piece of work.

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