Courtney Love Settles Lawsuit Over Nirvana’s Song Rights
More money, more problems has always been an issue for [lastfm]Hole[/lastfm] frontwoman/Kurt Cobain’s widowed wife, [lastfm]Courtney Love[/lastfm]. Whether she was blowing her cash on drug binges (or worrying about her daughter blowing her trust fund on drugs) or being sued for $1 million over Nirvana’s publishing rights, it isn’t unusual for Love’s finances to be called into question.
On the brighter side for Love, the publishing company that sued Love over Nirvana’s song rights has finally reached a settlement with the erratic singer.
Music’s wild child, Courtney Love, was sued by the management firm London and Co two years ago for $1 million dollars claiming the singer owed the company a share of the earnings made from the sale of Nirvana’s publishing rights, which raised almost $20 million.
Attorney’s for both parties stated the singer and the firm have reached a settlement and the case was dismissed, but the amount wasn’t revealed. Sure, leave out the good parts, attorneys. Since the suicide of her late husband, Love has been trying to control Kurt Cobain’s song rights.
Well now that this whole mess is settled, [lastfm]Courtney Love[/lastfm] can focus her energy on more important things in her life…like walking in a straight line or perhaps going on a prestigious college speaking tour to enrich young students’ minds and see the aftermath of what years of drugs will do to you.