Frances Bean Cobain: My Cat Died in Piles of Trash
E-book airs squalor in Courtney Love's home
By Evann Gastaldo, Newser Staff
Posted Feb 2, 2012 1:05 PM CST
Courtney Love arrives with her daughter Francis Cobain for the Rodeo Drive Walk of Style Award, 08 February 2007 in Beverly Hills, California.   (Getty Images)

(Newser) – Courtney Love has always been a fan of TMI, so is it any surprise that she spent nearly a year talking to The Fix for a new e-book called Courtney Comes Clean? The site has a preview of the book (which you can buy in full for just $2.99), featuring Love's definition of sobriety ("When you’re used to heroin and cocaine, a few pills doesn’t seem like the end of the world.") and weird details about her relationship with her daughter Frances Bean Cobain ("We slept in the same bed till she was 14."), among other things.

But by far the most interesting details come from never-before-published parts of Cobain's deposition, from back when she got a restraining order against her mother. Cobain discusses accompanying Love to her ex-boyfriend's home while Love threw rocks at his house; reveals that Love spent a lot of time slamming doors and breaking things while yelling about fraud; and basically accuses her mother of killing two pets. A dog allegedly died after eating some of Love's pills, and a cat died in a situation almost too bizarre to be believed: caught in a pile of Etsy fabric, paperwork, trash, and other belongings.

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Feb 6, 2012 7:57 AM CST
and people wonder why Kurt Cobain stuck a gun in his mouth and pulled the trigger
Feb 3, 2012 8:09 AM CST
We seem to get a new Courtney Love story every six months or so like clockwork. I wouldn't lend her money or want her living next door to me, but if I was a young singer or actor trying to work my way up, I'd sure as heck want her as a publicist.
Feb 2, 2012 3:28 PM CST
No animal needs to suffer the indignation of being her pet.