In bed with Courtney Love… and her pet turtle: Rock widow posts insinuate snaps on Twitter
Daily Mail Reporter
She’s now fighting a defame lawsuit after slamming a engineer on Twitter so you’d consider Courtney Love would consider twice before posting on a micro-blogging site.
But it seems a authorised play hasn’t put her off.
The 44-year-old stone widow has posted cinema of herself in bed with a turtle on her head.
Intimate snap: Courtney Love has posted a design of herself in bed with a turtle on her Twitter account
The insinuate snaps uncover a former Hole frontwoman, mom to 17-year-old Frances Bean, sprawled on a double bed while lonesome with a black floral bedspread.
She poses with a invertebrate on her conduct while pulling a face in one design and is seen sleeping peacefully in another.
Earlier this year engineer Dawn Simorangkir filed a lawsuit opposite Courtney claiming she had embarked in ‘an recurrent and delusional electioneer to threaten and destroy’ her.
Pulling faces: The stone widow shows off her best demeanour for a camera
The engineer pronounced a Courtney had used Twitter and her possess website to widespread lies about her, including that she sole cocaine, was a drug addict, a prostitute, a thief, and a ‘horrible fibbing bitch.’
But Courtney has given strike back, claiming that any comments she done on Twitter were stable by hey right to giveaway speech.
She also alleges a conform engineer is a extremist who also once worked as prostitute.
Bedtime fun: The former Hole frontwoman is seen sprawled on a double bed lonesome with a black floral bedspread
Courtney, who was formerly married to a late Nirvana thespian Kurt Cobain, has now asked a decider to boot a box on a drift it violates her right to giveaway debate on Twitter and other amicable networking sites.
Her counsel Keith Fink also insists a star has each right to write about such issues on amicable networking sites.
‘Alternative mediums such as Twitter and personal web blogs suffer a same First Amendment insurance as do newspapers, radio and radio,’ he says.
‘It is critical that this loving right not be marginalized when debate is communicated around a Internet. Ms. Cobain (Love) enjoys regulating Twitter and expressing her views… to her fans and those who are meddlesome in following what she has to say.’